Archive of ‘#vintageboss’ category

Making Vintage Your Business: Social Media

This month we saw Vintage Academy‘s first business column published in Vintage Life magazine. We answer business questions as well as providing a great shout out to vintage companies. Last week we featured Keeley’s answer, this week it’s Kate’s turn. “Which social media platforms would you recommend to vintage businesses?” Vintage Revolution   Kate says: […] Read more…

Making Vintage Your Business: Advertising

Our first business column for Vintage Life was published this month. We offer advice to vintage businesses every month which is also a great opportunity for people to get their name into the magazine! We answered 2 questions – here is Keeley’s answer. “I’ve bought a vintage caravan and have converted it into a vintage […] Read more…

Making Vintage Your Business: Sales

To mark down or not to mark down that is the question. To be honest us vintage sellers are not the best at letting go of dead stock, let alone marking it down in a sale. If we were a high street store, our stock would have a 12 week cycle. After 12 weeks if it hasn’t sold […] Read more…

Making Vintage Your Business: Meet our sponsors

Meet our sponsor: Zoe from uberbaby graphic design who can help with vintage businesses branding and design. Tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m Zoe Chan, and I’m based in Battersea, London. My Twitter blurb sums it up quite well: designer specialising in vintage / retro… I’m a self-confessed typophile and vintage sign obsessive. […] Read more…

Making Vintage Your Business: #vintagebizhour

Let’s build a vintage business community! It can be lonely running your own small business.  Often you are based at home with only the washing machine for company and missing the office banter you left behind. Well fear not, the world is a big place and online there are millions of people just waiting to […] Read more…

Making Vintage Your Business: Customer Promise

Often you see in large shops such as supermarkets a sign that charters their “Customer Promise”. It clearly shows the customer what service they promise to provide. While this is vital for the big retailers, we feel it should also be important for the independents, especially online stores. When a customer goes into an indie […] Read more…

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