Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop (2020)

Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop Annabelle Ruston Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop Written in conjunction with the Fine Art Trade Guild this book offersadvice on starting up your own gallery It covers all the basicquestions involved such as the pros and cons of running your ownbusi
  • Title: Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop
  • Author: Annabelle Ruston
  • ISBN: 9780713684759
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop Annabelle Ruston Written in conjunction with the Fine Art Trade Guild, this book offersadvice on starting up your own gallery It covers all the basicquestions involved such as the pros and cons of running your ownbusines, choosing premises, start up and running costs, typicalleasehold agreements, financial projections, grants, business plans,cashflow and financial management, contracts, eWritten in conjunction with the Fine Art Trade Guild, this book offersadvice on starting up your own gallery It covers all the basicquestions involved such as the pros and cons of running your ownbusines, choosing premises, start up and running costs, typicalleasehold agreements, financial projections, grants, business plans,cashflow and financial management, contracts, exploring product groupsand sourcing products, pricing, role of computers, the internet ande marketing, capital investment, effective marketing, stock display,sales techniques, employing staff, legalities, etc There are also casestudies.
Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop Annabelle Ruston

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One thought on “Starting up a Gallery and Frame Shop

  1. Heather

    About halfway through, and my two complaints are 1 It is written for entrepreneurs primarily in Europe, which I didn t know when I purchased it, so a majority of the references and legal issues differ from what is required and used in the US Obviously, this isn t so much a negative for the right audience, but I ve skipped over several sections because they don t pertain here 2 It focuses much heavily, in my opinion, on the frame business than art gallery side I personally am not interested in o [...]

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