Making Vintage your Business: What I know now that I wish I knew then

(by Keeley Harris)

I have been selling vintage and organising events as a full-time job since 2008. I decided I was not made for the 9-5 world of office life and I wanted to go it alone doing something I really loved.

But when you make that decision to down tools and set yourself free from the rat race, where do you start?

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From day one it was a very steep learning curve. There is no one to have meetings with and no boss to bounce ideas off – you are on your own. Here are the first skills you need to learn to create a successful business.

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