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Summer 2004 **PRINT**
Profitable Glass Quarterly Summer 2004
Hot Glass Studio Profile
Mike Plane—Blazing New Pathways in Glass
Mike Plane sets his sights high, using complex technical processes to create large works of rich color, detailed imagery, and texture beyond what has been seen before.
by Marcie Davis
Lynchburg Stained Glass
Employees of family-owned Lynchburg Stained Glass work diligently to help churches create, maintain, and replace ecclesiastical treasures that stand the test of time.
by Colleen Bryan
Being open to ways in which retailers can provide service to their communities has helped Stacey Schlosser enjoy an ever-expanding art glass business.
by Colleen Bryan
Teamwork—We’re All in This Together
Using ten principles for encouraging teamwork among your employees can help your art glass business grow and prosper.
by Claire Sykes
How to Sponsor a Profitable Glass Art Seminar or Workshop
Careful planning, thoughtful advertising, and tapping into the available pool of excellent instructors make it possible for retailers to introduce new clients to the wonderful world of glass art.
by Kay Bain Weiner
Resolving Issues in the Workplace
Issue and conflict resolution in your business can often be initiated by asking the right questions of yourself and your employees.
by Barton Goldsmith, Ph.D.
Key Strategies in Website Promotion—A Primer for the Glass Design Industry
There are many things to consider when planning and executing your company’s website to keep it a vibrant, cost-effective, and worthwhile investment.
by Joe Dysart
Glass Talk with Dale Smeltzer
Sally Prasch shares her background in scientific glassblowing and flameworking.
News and New Products
New Books and Patterns
Glassified and Advertisers’ Index
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