Recently, I had the privilege of being selected as one of eight creative businesses for the Shropshire Artisans Showcase, a fantastic opportunity organised by Marches Growth Hub and Buy From. From 15th to 20th April, our work will be showcased at The Darwin Shopping Centre in Shrewsbury, promising a week filled with creativity, connection, and growth.

Participating in the Shropshire Artisans Showcase goes beyond exhibiting my jewellery—it’s about fostering connections with fellow artisans and engaging with the public. It’s a chance to share the stories behind my creations and to find new customers.

One of the most significant benefits of being featured in the showcase is the chance of professional development. Through mentoring sessions on marketing and sales I’m gaining invaluable insights that will help elevate my business. This will equip me with the tools and strategies needed to expand my reach and connect with new audiences. The exposure provided is invaluable for the growth of my jewellery business.

Being part of the Shropshire Artisans Showcase is a celebration of community among local creative businesses. I’m thrilled to be part of such a vibrant and supportive group of coincidentally all-female artisans.

My fellow creatives are Sarah Corkill Art, Pegboarders, Isabel Bradley Designs, Gisela Robinson Art, Calluna Upcycling, The Perfume Laboratory, and Mustard and Gray Stationery and Homewares.

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