Month: September 2012

The Last Burton A Day in the Country Market is Tomorrow

I was looking for photos of last month’s market and realized I had failed to take photos of the booth, and the event.  So here is an old picture of the sign advertising the event. What:  Between 20-30 vendors, selling everything from Amish Bakery and 

Analysis Part III- What sold?

If the current snapshot of our etsy site is any indication, the majority of the products listed are soap and scrubs.   Our company’s strongest seller is soap… by and far.  Soap Sells!  But the truth is that it depends upon where we are as 

Analysis time – Part II – Where have we been

Another aspect of the business is where we physically set up our display and sell our products.  In our full year of operations we have been quite busy, with summer and fall peaking our time spent out there at shows, festivals and events. I love 

Analysis time

Every once in a while the last vestages of a public administration degree creep out into the art business world…   Good public administrators understand their market and their audience.  With that said, i have reviewed our sales data, and generated a map of where