Sell Your Work To Shops,
Without Freaking Out.
Download my wholesale starter kit.
I'm an indie retailer. Every year I spend thousands on stock from creative businesses like yours. Ever wish you could sit down with a shopkeeper and say "Look, what do I have to do to get (or keep) your business?"
I can tell you.
You know what?
You should cut yourself some slack.
I mean it. Consider this a great big permission slip to ease up on yourself. And maybe have a hazelnut latte.
Look, you read Indie Retail Academy because you want to be a big, shiny wholesale success, right? You’ve looked around and decided you want to be just like that artist, or that one. Creative people who’ve clearly got it all figured out.
Before we go any further, if you’re interested in line sheets I have a free guide for you. It’s called Line Sheets – A Straightforward Guide For Total Beginners. Click here to grab your copy.
Now, let’s talk line sheets. This is something we’ve looked into before on Indie Retail Academy and it’s a big subject.
But first, clear your mind.
Stop thinking about how much you like fish tacos and whether your car is haunted.
When I created my wholesale starter kit, I realised that two words cause creative people a great deal of anxiety: wholesale and mark up.
Some people think “wholesale” means cheap, discounted, commercial or unethical.
Some people think “mark up” is a euphemism for “I’m going to sell your product for twenty times what I paid for it, take a quick dip in a bath of virgins’ blood then go to sleep on a mountain of fifty pound notes.”