The Business of Paint your Own Pottery course.
Fancy being your own boss?
...Working in a creative industry?
...Loving what you do?
...Helping create amazing, timeless works of art?
.... ...while making a living too!?
Well then,...why not:
Run your own Pottery Painting Business?
Whether you are considering running a small home based 'Mobile Business', travelling to customers and fitting in appointments around your existing life schedule, or a full-on 'Static' high street studio, we are here to help guide you...
From taking the first steps; understanding the processes involved in creating beautiful wares as well as helping you form your own individual business plan.
We can help by suggesting initial stock requirements to fit your budget, and critically, being here to help support and grow your business as it develops.
Remember,.. we succeed when you succeed. Our business is built on long term commitment and support.
Ceramics is our business.
Join us and make it yours too!
Our "Introduction to the Business of Paint Your Own Pottery" day course is the perfect course to attend if you are looking to begin a new business within the contemporary ceramics market. Take the worry out of starting up a new ceramic cafe or mobile pottery painting business. Let Jane and Matthew give you the benefit of their lifetime's of experience within the ceramics industry, both as decorators themselves, and long standing suppliers to some of the most successful Pottery Painting businesses throughout the U.K. You'll not simply see 'how it's done', but also learn how to make the most of your own business opportunity, working through the various business models from home studio, to mobile and up to static high street shop locations. Whatever your individual plan, we will help prepare you for the successful opening of your own business!
We're here to answer your questions too, so feel free to bring a list too!
Our success depends on it!
Lunch we will provide for you, as we will tea, coffee, water etc, throughout your stay with us.
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