How to get a small craft craft advisory
Small craft advisory: what to know and when to ask.
The craft advisory is a tool that helps small businesses find and hire staff for their small craft projects.
This small craft team works with the small craft manufacturer or craft supplier, and the small crafts manufacturer or supplier will provide advice and assistance on a range of small craft issues.
They can include, but are not limited to: advice on how to design a small product, information on how it will be delivered, information about the customer and their needs, information from the manufacturer about the product, how it is packaged, and more.
As a small crafts business, the best advice we can give you is that if you’re considering starting a small business, don’t do it until you know what to look for and what to do, said Dr. Anurag Khanna, who runs the Small Craft Advisory for the British Small Craft Association (BSCA).
The craft community needs a lot more information on small craft, especially on how best to set up a small-scale business, said Khanna.
Small craft should not be seen as something to be done by just anyone, he said.
“It’s an industry.
It’s a craft industry, and it’s a niche industry.”
What to doIf you’re interested in becoming a small Craft Advisory member, visit the BSCA website.