Profitable Glass Quarterly Summer 2001
The purchase of Willet Studios by James Hauser, founder of the Hauser Art Glass Company, has created a perfect blend of business and artistic accomplishment.
by Kim Blagg
Focus on Cleanups
Messes can cause disorder and a sense of anxiety, but they can easily be cleaned up by taking time to write down a strategy and taking action on that strategy.
by Gary Lockwood
Scarab Glass Works
Susanne and Brad Clarke, whose store is noted for its customer service and custom glass work,
use a monthly newsletter as a main form of advertisement.
by Kim Blagg
’Tis the Season to Be Successful
It’s never too early to prepare for the upcoming Christmas and Hanukkah seasons by planning ahead, preparing a mailing list, taking stock of employee requirements, and holding in-store promotional events.
by Claire Sykes
Boston artist, Sidney Hutter, believes his success in the world of art glass comes from perseverance, believing in himself, and putting the time into his work that it takes to develop his art.
by Diane Heilenman
Retailer to Retailer
Determining Your Need for Additional Employees
Retailers share methods for calculating the need for additional employees and ways to finance them.
Fired Up or Burned Out?
The hassles of running a business can take their toll on attitude and energy, but keeping the right priorities helps to make the picture a lot brighter.
by Barbara Bartlein
News and New Products
Be informed about the latest in new products and events in the world of art glass.
by Darlene Welch
Creating a Web Page Can Be Easier than Doing Business
Help is available for art glass business owners who want to develop their own website.
by Lawrence J. Magid
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