Crafting on the web, Designing, Knitting, TNNA, Uncategorized

TNNA webinar: contracts for the needlearts industry

Hard to believe that Thanksgiving is only a week away, but I hope everyone is enjoying the autumn season!

I’m pleased to share that, on December 5th, I’ll be teaching the next webinar for The National Needlearts Association (TNNA)!

For those of you that are not TNNA members, you may recall from one of my earlier posts that TNNA is a professional organization representing the needlearts industry in all of its forms across various handcrafting disciplines: knitting, crochet, needlepoint and cross stitch, weaving, and so on. Its mission is to encourage the growth of the industry through education, industry meetings, and marketplaces where members can do business with each other.

(Want to learn more about eligibility and becoming a member? Then just click here!)

As you can see from my little blurb above, this hour-long class will be an introduction to contracts and how they can serve you and your brand in the needlearts industry. My aim is that, whether you are a designer, teacher, editor, photographer, craft shop owner, or product manufacturer, you’ll pick up valuable tips on how to read your current contracts with a more critical eye and be empowered to draft (and negotiate) contracts that benefit your business in the future!

The link to sign up for the webinar is here, and very good news: you do NOT need to be a TNNA member to attend this webinar! (If you’re a TNNA member, please spread the word!)

And if December 5th doesn’t work for your schedule, the webinar will be made available online by TNNA for future listening. I’m looking forward to having a fun and educational afternoon with you all.

Happy crafting,
xoxo Danielle

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