Fast Start Your Paper Goods Business

 

Lesson Info

Standing Out with Patricia Zapata

Handmade cards, prints, and gifts make excellent gifts, but not everyone has the patience or skills to create them – that’s where you come in. Learn how you can turn your design skills into a thriving paper goods business in Fast Start Your Paper Goods Business with Kari Chapin.

This course will encourage you to take a wider view of your paper goods business, beyond just printing cards and shipping them. You’ll take a behind-the-scenes look at a thriving stationery business as you learn about selling a range of products, both online and in stores. Kari will talk about:

  • Developing multiple revenue streams for a single product
  • Forecasting trends and staying current
  • Working with printers
  • Preparing for annual sales cycles and the holidays

No matter what kind of paper goods you make, this course will inspire you to build a thriving business.

Check out Kari's other Fast Start Classes:
Fast Start Your Jewelry Business
Fast Start Your Sewing Business
Fast Start Your Beauty Business

 
 
 
 

Reviews

  • <p>By the end of the very first segment, I learned about 2 great tools I never knew about. That alone, was worth the cost of this class. I&#39;m looking forward to the rest of the class and hope to put all this great information to good use. Thank you!</p>
  • <p>really enjoyed this course by Kari! it was well-paced and just the right length of time. there&#39;s something about Kari that makes you feel like finding success in a handmade business is truly (realistically) attainable! I&#39;m looking forward to reading and listening to the bonus material and watching the course again (and again). thank you!</p>
  • <p>I am so glad that I decided to purchase Kari Chapin&#39;s &quot;Fast Start Your Paper Goods Business!&quot; course. It contains so much valuable information to refer back to. Kari is so personable. She is an excellent instructor/speaker! This course should be mandatory for anyone thinking about setting up their own Paper Goods business. Thank you Kari! 21freckles</p>