With a little over a week left until Christmas, I’m sure I’m not the only one feeling the pressure to get products to customers so they can wrap them and put them under the tree.
With only a few days until Thanksgiving and then the Black Friday rush, stress levels for vendors and makers doesn’t get much higher. The only thing on your mind is the next market that you signed up for and all the work that needs to be done.
An open letter to a new vendor and all other new and aspiring vendors.
Recently I wrote an article about my experience with Fiverr.com but it became a much longer read than I had anticipated. I only got about halfway through my experience. So let’s continue. If you haven’t read it, you can find it here.
Writing blog posts for my business is not easy. In fact, I am so close to it that I have a very difficult time coming up with topics. This blog, The Vendor Life, however, is super easy to write. I just write what I want to and if you read it, great. If not, I…
It’s that time of year when we are planning for new holiday shows and building our inventory to support those shows. Our current “A game” isn’t good enough for one of the shows so we need to build a new display. But, like many of you this time of year, we are cash strapped. Lucky…
There will be times that you will need to make decisions about whether to go to a market or not. It is easy to make a decision and then wonder if it was the right one. Once a decision is made, all you can do is move forward.
We are kicking off the fall season with our most expensive market to date. We have heard a lot about the Pecan Street Festival in Austin, so we finally got up the nerve to try it.