Part of our mission at Maker’s Row is to educate small businesses about design, production and various aspects of starting a business, such as sales, marketing, and pricing. We strive to put out a wide breadth of posts from various perspectives, including brands, factories, business experts, and our own two cents. Here’s a roundup of our most popular posts in 2015, in case you missed them!
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Stock Mfg. Co., a men’s lifestyle apparel brand, discusses its choice to join the Made in America movement.
The Maker’s Row edition of American factories who aren’t afraid to work with small minimums.
A beginner’s guide to hacks in the apparel production process – which over time will save hours of frustration, not to mention some serious capital.
Formatted digital presentations make it very easy to convey your brand’s message to buyers and press.
Go step by step to turn an idea on paper to a sample product in hand, through: sketching & prototyping, pattern-making, and sourcing.
A visual survey of where in America Maker’s Row products are being made.
This post accounted for our highest day of blog traffic in 2015 – meet the movers and shakers of American Made.
Among sneaker fans, Jeff Staple is a living legend. He shared his insight on building a solid foundation for your company, and sticking true to your passions.
Stock Mfg. Co shares their insight on how to organically grow your business without getting overwhelmed.
Knowing the jargon of the industry will help leaps and bounds in conversing with factories and key stakeholders in their mother tongue.
Jesse Eenvoud compares skills she learned in design school – such as sketching and draping – to what she picked up on the job – such as production and business.
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