"They Laughed When I Said I Was Starting My Own Machine Quilting Business, But When They Saw My Customer's Quilts Piling Up..."
This helpful ebook will show you how to start, run, and market a successful machine quilting business that will allow you to earn a healthy part-time or full-time income...
Here is a summary of the benefits you receive:
1) Comprehensive machine quilting business guide
General business books don't go into enough detail about the specifics of opening, running, and marketing a successful machine quilting business. This ebook delivers the step-by-step instructions you need to get your machine quilting business up and running in the least amount of time.
2) Written with the novice in mind
Never run a business before? You don't have to worry about getting bogged down with over-complicated terms or unnecessary information. This ebook provides an easy-to-read primer to help guide you through some difficult concepts of starting a machine quilting business and running it effectively.
3) Excellent marketing section
Without customers, your machine quilting business will quickly die. That's why there's an entire section dedicated to marketing your new business. You'll see which advertising and promotional techniques will be the most useful and effective methods of getting the word out about your new machine quilting business.
4) Industry statistics and demographics
It's tough to market your machine quilting business unless you know what your average customer looks like. Discover some interesting facts about the quilting market, and how you can get involved in this $21 billion plus market.
5) Packed with valuable resources
There's no way that any one book can give you every little bit of information you will need to run your machine quilting business long term. So, what I've done is provided some additional resources that will give you more information about some key concepts, including running a business and finding suppliers.
6) How to get financing and write a business plan
7) Day-to-day business advice
8) Equipment and inventory
9) How to price your services