So, you want to make some money from your maker based business?
We understand, you’re not asking for billions of dollars, but your goal is to make enough to pay yourself a living wage while being able to afford all the necessary business expenses. A common desire amongst makers, it’s important to have a think about what your actual financial goal is for your business, while doing what you’re passionate about - making cool things!
In this one hour session, join D’Alton Baker Productions to learn three key business planning activities that push your “expensive hobby” into the profitable business arena.
When was the last time you thought about your target market? Find out why this is essential research for selling your products, as well as determining your pricing strategy. DBP will discuss the real costs of running a business and how to factor those costs into your pricing model including the all important part, paying yourself!
If the reality of your new pricing strategy leaves you asking “but will anyone even buy my products at this price?”, then you’ll need to pay attention to the final and critical component of the session; creating your value proposition. An important piece of brand management, knowing the value message that moves customers from consideration to payment is crucial for handmade businesses.
Whether you tune in LIVE on Wednesday 4th August or watch the webinar replay, you'll also be able to join our LIVE Q&A with DBP on Wednesday 11th August to ask any follow-up questions.
The 3 planning activities you need to make money from your maker based biz
Should you need to cancel your attendance at one of our workshops you can transfer your payment to a future workshop so long as cancellation is received 14 days before the workshop date. This will only be valid for one transfer.
If you wish to transfer your booking to another person you can do so, simply get in touch and let us know who will be attending in your place.
Due to the planning and materials that go into each workshop that we run all bookings are non-refundable.
Should we need to cancel a workshop due to insufficient bookings we will reschedule to a future date. You will be given the choice to either attend the future date, book in to an alternate workshop or receive a full refund.
As this is an online webinar, we will contact you the week of the workshop to provide you with a link to attend. Once the webinar has taken place you will be able to watch this webinar back as well.