Here is a selection of features from Craft Focus magazine.
Mark Wilson from Creative Products Distribution is looking forward to discovering more craft bestsellers in 2019
Jacqui Smith examines ways in which the sewing industry can become more environmentally-friendly
Jacqui Smith, director of Hantex, reveals how to make the most of the home sewing market
Whitecroft Essentials has supplied knitting, sewing and haberdashery supplies for more than a century. Managing director Richard Wood tells us what’s coming up next for the company
World of Wool produces fibre crafts that other companies repackage as their own. Marketing manager Andrew Novotny tells us how the business is keeping up with demand
Collaborating with creative design professionals is a great way to find new audiences and inspire your customers. Sara Davies explains how
Economist Jeremy Thomson-Cook looks at the challenges of running an international craft company
As your company starts to expand, you may need to restructure from within. Sara Davies explains where to start
Paper artist Rebecca Ephgrave tells us where she finds her inspiration
Sara Davies reveals how social media networks like Instagram and Twitter can help build customer loyalty
British Craft Trade Fair organiser, Margeret Bunn, explains why the UK craft scene is going from strength to strength
Sara Davies MBE, founder of Crafter’s Companion, explains how to expand into a new market sector
Sara Davies MBE, founder of Crafter’s Companion, reveals how to stay one step ahead of the game
A £6.49 painting kit could follow in the footsteps of fidget spinners by becoming 2018's first new toy craze.
Dominic Fleming from ICHF Events shares five reasons why trade shows work
Sara Davies discusses how to be seen, heard and remembered in the crafting world
Alison Bellamy ACI, Project Director for Walmsley Commercial Insurance Brokers, talks insurance that's designed for your craft business.
Leading cloud technology provider Ian Tomlinson, started Cybertill 15 years ago and since, has seen fundamental changes in the world of retail. Here he cites the ways in which retailers should be doing better to excel in the in-store experience phenomena to beat off online competition
Craft It Yourself started (25th July at 8pm on Channel 4), we caught up with the presenters Ant Anstead, nd Robin Johnson and Clemency Green to discuss crafting
Julie Bonnar reports back from the recent presentation of Immediate Media's biennial Craft Intelligence research