Ow to sell my pottery? Do I need a business name?? Any help please!!!!!?
"m wanting to sell my pottery on the side. I don't really want to do consignment (although I may) But I'm more curious in selling at either craft fairs or through a website (prefer not to use eBay). Questions: - Do I need a legal business name - and where do I go to get this (how much do they run typically?) - Anyone familiar with booth presentation at fairs? They say they want a pic of booth presentation - what's up with this? - Do you know of any websites that explain how to set up a website for selling stuff? Professional but on the budget side? - Where can I get a list of art shows going on around my area (georgia) - would it be the Chamber of each county? Any help would be great. I'm a single mom, in college with a full-time job. I have very unique, functional pottery that amazingly sells very well (was with a pottery business for a while) and I need to start a small - at home side business for a little extra cash. Just need to know what I need to get started.
Asked By: boz4425 - 12/25/2007
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Answered By: missey d - 12/25/2007
A business name can make you look professional. And it is very cheap in most states to get an assumed name.You can go to the county clerk's office. Make sure that it is a very catchy name that is not being used by another company. Also when you go to cfrat shows, you need a name so that clients who buy from you can... More
Answered By: BJ W - 12/26/2007
I would consider selling at flea markets and craft shows. You don't want to outlay too much money upfront until you at least show some substantial profit. A lot of businesses started from a card table at a flea market.
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