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Profitable Glass Quarterly Winter 2000

Studio Profile
Conrad Schmitt Studios
Bernard O. Gruenke, Jr. carries on the traditions of one of the country’s oldest interior decorating, stained glass, and restoration firms while reviving the works of such famous artists as Louis Comfort Tiffany, John LaFarge, and Mayer & Munich.
by Kim Blagg

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Amelio Santini
When the teaching post of Amelio Santini’s American bride drew him to Williamsburg, Virginia, Amelio brought with him the rich traditions in the art of goblet and vase making learned from his father in Venice, Italy.
by Diane Heilenman

Retailer Profile
Prairie Stained Glass
Brian McMillan and his wife Lucinda Doran have created a haven for their customers that focuses on personal service, a broad-based glass inventory, and classrooms supplied with top-notch equipment to make glass crafting more enjoyable.
by Kim Blagg

Tech Talk
It’s the Service Surrounding the Sale that Builds Your E-Business
Personalizing e-contacts with customers through an updated and functional website, standing behind guarantees, using up-to-date technology, and taking customer feedback seriously will help you establish a loyal e-clientele.
by Dahna Chandler

Marketing/Merchandising
Working the Web with Marketing Magic
Entrepreneurs will find that the Internet is a great place to build a solid business image, expand networking contacts, and improve sales if careful planning is implemented in designing and executing the company’s website.
by Claire Sykes

Personal Development
Keep Yourself Motivated Throughout Next Year
Twelve principles are presented that, when studied and mastered, can help you enjoy life, live more in the present, and increase happiness and success.
by Tim Connor

Retailer to Retailer
Influence of the Internet
Retailers share how the Internet has affected their glass businesses.
by Darlene Welch

News and New Products
Be informed about the latest in new products and events in the world of art glass.
by Darlene Welch

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