Thursday , 16 July 2020
3 Steps to a Profitable, Thriving Jewelry Business in 2015 – FREE Training Series Part 1

3 Steps to a Profitable, Thriving Jewelry Business in 2015 – FREE Training Series Part 1

Are you ready to put your jewelry business on the map BIG TIME?

I remember when I was just starting out in the jewelry business, I had a passion, a vision, but NO clue how to cobble a business together. Until I learned via trial and error.

Creating a sought-after, profitable jewelry brand IS possible and with the right tools and insider shortcuts, you’ll be on the way to building a profitable, brand in no time.

I want you to take a moment right now and think about what it is you want most for your business…

  • Is it the joy of seeing others wear and cherish your designs?

  • More repeat clients?

  • The freedom to travel, have more free time, or enjoy a balanced lifestyle?

  • Plenty of income to take care of yourself and your family?

  • Or is it something else?

At the most fundamental level, the key to growing a business and attracting more raving fans is understanding The Questions that Put Your Jewelry Biz on the Map Big Time!

In the first of this 3-part video training series, I am going to walk you through basic foundation that every designer and maker needs to stand out in a sea of thousands.

Go here to register and watch the FREE training series

After you’ve watched the video, leave a comment below and tell us about your Biggest “AHA” moment.

Tracy Matthews is an eco-luxury jewelry designer. She specializes in bespoke engagement rings, wedding bands and special occasion jewelry. She is also a co-founder of Flourish & Thrive Academy, an online school dedicated to teaching jewelry designers how to be business savvy.

Her motivation in helping other designers stems from her struggles as a young designer, trying to grow a business. Along with her business partner Robin Kramer, Tracy believes that Community is the basis for success in any business model.





  1. Hi I am only 14 years old. I started making jewelry when I was 10 as a way to cope with my anxiety disorder and depression. Jewelry making has become a large part of my life and my dream is to one day open a business. And just to be clear, I’m not talking friendship bracelets and plastic beads. I make real handmade beaded jewelry. I’ve taught myself different techniques and have read magazines and books to help. I think I’m ready to devote my free tie to starting my business with an Etsy shop. I’m just not sure how to make myself stand out being that there are SOOOOO many jewelry posts on Etsy especially.

    • I just wanted to express my support for your new jewellery marketing venture! You have my admiration for your ambition. I am not 100% sure if there is an age restriction on opening an Etsy shop as you are getting into financial agreements etc, so you will want to check that out. For instance, you will need a suitable bank account to pay Etsy the 20 cents to list each item and to receive funds when you sell something. you will probably find you need a PayPal account too. However, do some research into what is required.

      I wouldn’t recommend having lots of stock sitting around, just the samples you use to do your listings (unless you are going to be doing craft fairs, of course). And then you will need to be able to make up orders quickly when somone purchases an item. I wish you the very best of luck.

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