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Craft Business Magazine May 17 Back Issue

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Well looks like it's going to be another period of uncertainty then.
With a General Election on the horizon on June 8 looks like we are going to hear a lot about the NHS, business and, of course, the little matter of Brexit.
We shall see how it all pans out and what affect that has on the negotiations to leave the European Union in due course.
But, as usual, it is a case of keep calm and carry on.
In this issue of Craft Business magazine we have an interview with potter, ceramic designer and Great Pottery Throw Down judge Keith Brymer-Jones.
He gives us an insight into his life, the setting up of his business and where his appearances on TV have led him.
Linda Barker also tells us about her love of craft and how she got the bug when she was young.
If you have some questions about issues arising from the new business rates revaluations then Paul Clapham takes a look at the problem.
If you want to know what's new in stationery and what you might come across at the London Stationery show then Henri Davies looks at trends in the industry.
Papercraft designer, teacher and TV demonstrator, Sara Naumann sits down for five minutes to chat with us about her life in craft.

A life behind the wheel
Read our interview with Great Pottery Throwdown judge Keith Brymer-Jones

Which trends will be driving stationery sales this year?
Retail expert Henri Davis gives her opinion

Five minutes with Sara Naumann
We catch up with the designer to ask about her life in craft

Business rates revaluation
Are you a winner or a loser?

Sew Saturday
Find out how to get involved
read more read less

Craft Business

May 17 Well looks like it's going to be another period of uncertainty then. With a General Election on the horizon on June 8 looks like we are going to hear a lot about the NHS, business and, of course, the little matter of Brexit. We shall see how it all pans out and what affect that has on the negotiations to leave the European Union in due course. But, as usual, it is a case of keep calm and carry on. In this issue of Craft Business magazine we have an interview with potter, ceramic designer and Great Pottery Throw Down judge Keith Brymer-Jones. He gives us an insight into his life, the setting up of his business and where his appearances on TV have led him. Linda Barker also tells us about her love of craft and how she got the bug when she was young. If you have some questions about issues arising from the new business rates revaluations then Paul Clapham takes a look at the problem. If you want to know what's new in stationery and what you might come across at the London Stationery show then Henri Davies looks at trends in the industry. Papercraft designer, teacher and TV demonstrator, Sara Naumann sits down for five minutes to chat with us about her life in craft. A life behind the wheel Read our interview with Great Pottery Throwdown judge Keith Brymer-Jones Which trends will be driving stationery sales this year? Retail expert Henri Davis gives her opinion Five minutes with Sara Naumann We catch up with the designer to ask about her life in craft Business rates revaluation Are you a winner or a loser? Sew Saturday Find out how to get involved


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Well looks like it's going to be another period of uncertainty then.
With a General Election on the horizon on June 8 looks like we are going to hear a lot about the NHS, business and, of course, the little matter of Brexit.
We shall see how it all pans out and what affect that has on the negotiations to leave the European Union in due course.
But, as usual, it is a case of keep calm and carry on.
In this issue of Craft Business magazine we have an interview with potter, ceramic designer and Great Pottery Throw Down judge Keith Brymer-Jones.
He gives us an insight into his life, the setting up of his business and where his appearances on TV have led him.
Linda Barker also tells us about her love of craft and how she got the bug when she was young.
If you have some questions about issues arising from the new business rates revaluations then Paul Clapham takes a look at the problem.
If you want to know what's new in stationery and what you might come across at the London Stationery show then Henri Davies looks at trends in the industry.
Papercraft designer, teacher and TV demonstrator, Sara Naumann sits down for five minutes to chat with us about her life in craft.

A life behind the wheel
Read our interview with Great Pottery Throwdown judge Keith Brymer-Jones

Which trends will be driving stationery sales this year?
Retail expert Henri Davis gives her opinion

Five minutes with Sara Naumann
We catch up with the designer to ask about her life in craft

Business rates revaluation
Are you a winner or a loser?

Sew Saturday
Find out how to get involved
read more read less
Craft Business is more than just a B2B magazine; it is an industry institution that for more than 12 years has uncovered the latest trade launches and sales trends, while offering business advice aimed directly at the specialist craft and hobby retailer.

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