Selling your handmade work in stores is a great way to boost your business's bottom line and get your products in front of more people. Once you've persuaded a store to carry your work on consignment, though, your job isn't over. Consignment isn't a set-it-and-forget-it sort of relationship. Instead, you want to stay in close communication with the store's owner, and build a great rapport with the folks who are carrying your products.
Visit our resource article, Selling Your Handmade Art: Maintaining Strong Consignment Relationships, to find out how to foster strong relationships with stores, so that they love working with you and are eager to continue carrying your brand.