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Meet Our Monthly Maker: Didier García (Saint Manifest) Instagram: @saint.manifest Website: www.saintmanifest.com TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF I am a Queer Latinx multi-disciplinary artist and musician exploring and creating work that […]
The list of marketing tools in the digital age is often expensive and time-consuming. One that is both easy and free is storytelling. Every business owner has a starting point, […]
In May 2020, internet sales (as a percentage of total retail sales) spiked by over 12%. Why? Online shopping is almost entirely pandemic-proof and many people are jumping onto the […]
As an artisan entrepreneur, you most likely work with single-use resources on a regular basis. Not only are single-use materials and tools unnecessarily clogging landfills, but they also are not […]
NextFab’s Artisan Accelerator program is an 8-week experience that gives artisans and entrepreneurs the essential tools, support, and structure to focus on the things that matter to build viable businesses. […]
How many times have you seen a jewelry DIY video and thought, “I can do that!” You get excited, buy all the necessary parts and tools, and then sit down […]
Makerspace—a word you might hear often, but what is it? It basically describes any shared workspace. Our makerspace at NextFab is an advanced membership-based workshop filled with machinery, like-minded people, […]
If there were a Marvel movie on community-centered shopping, Black Friday would be Thanos and Small Business Saturday (SBS) would be The Avengers. SBS is a shopping holiday that falls […]
From makeshift home offices to Zoom happy hours with friends, 2020 has reshaped so many aspects of our lives. As the holiday season approaches, artisans and entrepreneurs must continue to […]
It’s been a year of adaptation and adjustment for artisans and entrepreneurs, and the holiday season won’t be any different. That’s why we created a 3-part webinar series called, “From […]