Stationery Biz 100: Start Strong
Create your own successful stationery business! In Stationery Business 100: Start Strong, I use instructional videos, interviews with industry insiders, resource lists and more to teach you all you need to know to get a head start in the world of paper goods.
- Hone your brand & learn how to stand out.
- Be guided through the planning of your product line.
- Familiarize yourself with essentials like the different printing processes, manufacturing, packaging, and shipping.
- Make a plan for how you can become a successful part of the stationery industry.
Suggested MaterialsThis class is the RIGHT fit for you if:
+ You’re a designer, illustrator, and/or artist starting your own company with the intention of designing and making/manufacturing stationery/paper goods such as greeting cards, art prints, wedding invitations, etc...
+ You are the business partner of the person described above.
+ You are already in the beginning stages of your stationery business and could use a little help from someone who’s been in the industry awhile.
In this class, we will NOT be going over job printing, licensing, or the specifics of how to design and create artwork.
Keep an eye out for my upcoming course, Stationery Business 200, where we'll be going over wholesaling your work.
#23 | Total Time: 7+ hrs
|Interview with Sabrina & Eunice Moyle of Hello!Lucky||45:03|
|Welcome to the Stationery Biz||7:10|
|What Makes A Strong Brand?||11:25|
|Finding A Distinct Style||15:37|
|Interview with Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co.||26:13|
|Interview with Carrie Gifford and Hal Mertz of Red Cap Cards||39:05|
|Interview with Cat Seto of Ferme a Papier||20:22|
|Considering Product Types||21:51|
|Interview with Emily Blestein of Clementine||17:54|
|Interview with Joan Schnee of On Paper & Green Paper Co.||26:19|
|Interview with Megan Gonzalez of MaeMae Paperie||36:51|
|Interview with Suzie McKig of Twig & Fig||43:41|
|Deciphering A Quote||9:59|
|Interview with Erin Ozer of Knot & Bow||26:32|