"Freelancing" is a recurring and rotating section for those who generate income from various sources, be that on a formal or informal basis.
Did you know The Art Shop at Moore only sells artwork created by Moore’s current students and alumni? It's the perfect resource to sell your wares. The Art Shop is always looking for new items and new artists to showcase with a continual rotation of art. Beyond the physical shop, many of the items are also included for sale in the online store, reaching an even wider market. All a Moore alumna needs to do to have items considered for consignment is to contact Art Shop Manager Suzanne Kopko at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, include what year you graduated, what you created to sell and your retail prices.
Interested in buying instead of selling? Consider supporting fellow Moore alumnae and students with your holiday shopping! The Art Shop has a wide range of artwork from wall art to jewelry, ceramics and much more. They carry styles and prices for every budget, so you’ll surely find something for everyone on your list.
Plus, mention coupon code ROI$5 or bring in a printout of this email to receive $5 off your next purchase of $10 or more. This offer expires 12/29/2018, after which The Art Shop closes briefly for the holiday season.
Published on November 14, 2018
Creative businesses inherently distinguish themselves from the generic competition, but individuality of product can outperform trends in some circumstances. In a recent airing of NPR's Marketplace, a fashion startup is featured to illustrate the advantages of a unique or one-of-a-kind approach. The argument goes: if people have stocked their closets with the basics and they're disinclined to cram their dwindling space with trendy and short-lived garments, how can personalized items or a tailored shopping experience set a business apart?
Published on April 18, 2018
Often, starting your own business begins as an unintended side hustle while you work full-time or part-time for someone else. The side hustle may take the form of an online shop through an existing marketplace, or as freelance work. Over time, these efforts can supplant a formal job and become a stand-alone business. After you've secured steady freelance work and have some happy customers under your belt, it's probably time to revisit your pricing structure.
These tips at Inc. may help you evaluate your fees.