84: How to Jump into Wholesale, with Katie Hunt - the Creative Empire podcast

Business strategist, mentor to creative entrepreneurs, and founder of Tradeshow Bootcamp Katie Hunt is Reina and Christina’s guest on The Creative Empire podcast this episode. They dive right in to some things to consider when trying to decide whether or not to go wholesale and that advantages/disadvantages to going to a big tradeshow such as the National Stationery Show. Other things they talk about include: what to consider when deciding whether or not to buy educational opportunities for your business, why focus is key in growing your business, and what characteristics people have that make them more likely to be successful. [audio mp3="http://creativeempire.co/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/15-736-post/EP-108-Katie-Hunt.mp3"][/audio]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Show Highlights:

  • What some things are to consider when thinking of going wholesale
  • When (in the timeline of your business) to go to a big trade show like the National Stationery Show
  • What the pros + cons are of going to a big trade show like the National Stationery Show
  • What Paper Camp is
  • What to consider when deciding whether or not to buy educational opportunities for your business
  • Why focus is key in growing your business
  • What characteristics people have that make them more likely to be successful
  • What a few Paper Camp success stories are
  • What is next for wholesale

Show Notes:

Katie’s Bio:

Katie Hunt is the founder of Tradeshow Bootcamp, a business strategist, and mentor to creative entrepreneurs. She is a firm believer in professional development, surrounding yourself with community and pushing ‘go’ even when you might not feel 100% ready. Katie has taught classes for CreativeLive, The Savvy Experience, Seanwes Conference, Be Sage Conference, Unique Camp, and Makers Nation. She frequently speaks about strategies for creating a product line, selling wholesale, business planning and the importance of community for entrepreneurs.

Katie earned a dual MBA in marketing and finance from Loyola Marymount University and has spent the last 16 years coaching large corporations and entrepreneurs on marketing and business development strategies. Her strengths lie in connecting people and bringing ideas to life – brainstorming, making a plan and executing. Katie has a passion for creating, a mind for business and a strong desire to help others succeed.

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