When it comes to running your business, there are a lot of things to have in mind to keep it moving at a wonderful pace, and a lot of the expenses can add up. However, we’ve got you covered with a curated list of items that are on sale to help to make running your business easier! We use every single one of these programs shown to run the Society for Creative Founders, and the majority of them listed below are having holiday sales!Read More
Alrighty, y'all. With the launch of our 2018 Gift Guide, it means only one thing.⠀The holidays are coming.
Rather than thinking about how you can discount your products, I actually want to challenge you to not discount them. Let's turn this idea of discounting your products which you work so hard to create on it's head and think about ways that you can add value instead.
Hooray! We are in the final week that our Conference Registration is open, and we are thrilled to share about our sixth speaker, Heather Jordan of Durst and Jordan Accounting! Heather joined us at the Spring 2018 Conference and taught the Money session. She is such a wealth of knowledge that we knew we had to have her join us again!Read More
Over the last few weeks, we've been sharing about each of our Speakers individually and share more about what each of them will be speaking on for our Fall Creative Founders Conference. Today, we have Amy Kinslow of Southern Fried Design Barn on the blog!
Ever since she had the opportunity to work at her local stationery store in high school, Amy Kinslow, owner of Southern Fried Design Barn, knew she wanted to be connected to this field of work. Soon after graduating college with a degree in graphic design, Amy attended the first ever Creative Founders Conference in 2011 with a small idea and a big dream. The conference kick started her business in late 2011.Read More
As the end of the year approaches, financial systems are probably far away in your mind. You’re probably more focused on peppermint mochas, packaging orders and perfecting your family’s holiday card pose than the upcoming tax deadline. However, this is also a great time to start getting your finances in order before things get too out of hand!Read More
A look back at our 2017 Creative Founders Conference...
In early March of 2017, 20 women walked through the doors of the Lee House for our 2017 Creative Founders Conference. They were excited, nervous, and walked in knowing that so many things for their business were about to change. The next four days that transpired were some of the most memorable for the year, and it has been incredible to see them grow in so many different ways.Read More
We've asked experts in our in community - women we admire and who have so much knowledge to share - to contribute to our blog series titled Ask A Creative Founder.
This month's question is all about team members: Do you have a team? What do they do? What did you hire out first and why? What tips do you have for hiring team members?
Hiring help for your business can be a daunting task for creative business owners. Read some of the advice given by Creative Founders in our community and see how getting help can make your business grow!Read More
We've asked experts in our in community - women we admire and who have so much knowledge to share - to contribute to blog series titled Ask A Creative Founder.
This month's question is: How do you plan for sales slumps in a seasonal industry?
Seasonal sales slumps can be a real problem for the stationery industry. Read some of the advice given by Creative Founders in our community and see how planning and multiple revenue streams can help your business survive!Read More
Creating a yearly plan is usually a no-brainer for small business owners. We like to plan, dream, strategize, and try to set goals for the upcoming year. You probably have ended up with a pretty comprehensive strategy and action plan (especially if you went through the free My 2017 Plan FounderClass™ with us!).
As you grow your business, you start to think more like a CEO...like a founder. Part of that is taking a deeper look at your revenue and sales projections, instead of winging it on a hope and a prayer.Read More