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The Future of Handmade Sales

with CreativeLive Team , Megan Auman , Mei Pak , Caitlin Bacher and Sarah Hoople Shere

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About The Class

a discussion on the emerging trends in selling online.

The old guard is falling and the handmade marketplaces where you sell today won’t be the same places you sell tomorrow. Tune in to The Future of Handmade Sales for a discussion on emerging trends in selling online.

As technology evolves and buying habits change, sellers must prepare to change too. From the “Buy” feature on Facebook, to #instasales on Instagram, to Buyable Pins on Pinterest – the online landscape for hand-makers is changing. Get up to speed on the conversation and learn about the latest technology for staying connected to your community and customers in this panel conversation with some of the brightest minds on the business of making.

Get insights on making it easy for folks to buy your stuff online – today and into the future.  

Lesson Plan

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    The Future of Handmade Sales Panel


Meet Your Experts

CreativeLive Team

CreativeLive is a LIVE, online worldwide creative classroom offering FREE education in photography, business, software, design, video & film and more! ... read more

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Megan Auman

Megan Auman is a designer, metalsmith, educator, and entrepreneur who has built a multi-faceted business around her passion for great design and sustainable business. Her eponymous jewelry line is sold in stores across the US and online. Her designs have been featured in Design Sponge, Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, and more. In 2009, Megan founded Designing an MBA to help designers and makers develop their business skills. Since then, she has created a number of successful e-courses, including Marketing for Makers, Wholesale Academy, and Do/Teach. She is a frequent speaker on pricing, wholesale, and business thinking for creatives. ... read more

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Mei Pak

Mei Pak is a marketing strategist guiding and supporting small and creative business owners. She helps makers, artists and designers create more buzz for their business at Creative Hive Co. Business topics she is passionate about are PR & publicity, social media, wholesale, paid advertising, blogger outreach, pricing, branding, customer experience, webdesign and scaling up your biz without any capital. ... read more

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Caitlin Bacher

Caitlin Bacher is the bosslady at Little Farm Media, an online resource for creative biz owners looking to up their social media game.  ... read more

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Sarah Hoople Shere

Sarah Hoople Shere leads product marketing for Pinterest’s commerce efforts, most recently working to launch Buyable Pins. Prior to joining Pinterest, she spent seven years at Google in a variety of sales and partnership development roles, primarily working with multichannel retailers on commerce and advertising solutions. Sarah also spent several years at American Express, where she focused on marketing, business development, and strategic retail partnerships.  ... read more

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100% of students recommend this class.
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  • Theo


    January 2019

    Fantastic panel. Tons of great practical tips.

  • Al Assil Machlah

    September 2019

    Useful , great ideas , logic tips and understandable , thank you

  • Helen Ancira

    Helen Ancira

    June 2016

    I really enjoyed the class. I got a lot of great tips. Thanks

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