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My guest is Heather Davis again and we’re following up on her Vadis Artist crowdfunding campaign!
You might remember Heather from Episode 23 of the podcast which originally aired back on May 14th, 2014. During our convo we talked about the Indiegogo campaign which she was about to launch and Heather promised to come back on and share more about her experience running a crowdfunding campaign for launching a new line of products for her Etsy shop – Vadis Artist.
What’s more, Heather also reached out to another former podcast guest – Storefront Pop-Up shops (Tristan was my guest on Episode 16 of the podcast which originally aired back on March 26, 2014) and through the service they offer, she now also runs a monthly pop-up shop with other Etsy sellers… Wow!!!
Heather ran the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to start a new line of wood block art prints for her shop and today she shares lots of tips that she learned about running a crowdfunding campaign…
Lots of food for thought here for other Etsy sellers who might be considering doing something similar.
Best ways to reach Heather:
- Handmade Pop-Up Shop website
- Etsy shop: Vadis Artist
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