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  1. Asif ali joo says:

    Respected sir we are artisans of paper machie from kashmir desires to work with your company in order to we will be able to earn our livehood. thank you

  2. gramin vikas & chetna sansthan says:

    Gramin vikas & chetna sansthan (GVCS) is a grass roots organization working in Barmer
    since 1998 ( Thar desart – india ) . registered under Rajasthan State Societies Act 1958. The main area of
    operation of GVCS is in the field of Woman artisans Empowerment through Self Help
    Groups (SHGs). Product :- Hand made Applique home furnishing item- – bed cover, cushion cover,Bag, tebal cover, curtains, Garments, Azark prints.
    profits go to the artisans and towards community development work.

    • Am Ben from Kenya and a leader of a group of Artisans from Nakuru. we have a ot of products to sell but our current market exploits us because it is privately held. How do we join serrv to benefits and eradicate poverty in our society?

    • @ GVCS,,,want to see the applique curtains and looking for a retail outlet for the same..have been trying to get in touch with a concerned person but there has been no success..

  3. moses ongesa ondari says:

    Am moses ondari of smolart group of kisii kenya dealing with kisii soapstone .am interest in the HAITI soaptone artisans if we can have a artisan production exchange programme .smolart artians visiting haiti and artisans from haiti visiting kenya .

    • Deb Rebmann says:

      I just bought a soapstone plate beautifully decorated and signed Ongesa Moses. Is it probably your work?

  4. Hi Moses,
    You can visit CAH’s website and contact them through their contact page:

  5. We are manufacturers of silver filigree jewellery based in cuttack known for its exquisite handmade wire work in filigree jewellerey Please help revival of this craft in whatever manner possible

  6. We are a producer group, engaged in manufacturing artistic leather products and cotton base soft-toys at Santiniketan in India since the last 25 years.
    We present we need market access support for our existence.
    With warm regards
    Gautam Banerjee.

  7. Dear wonderful folks at SERRV – I love shopping from your catalog and online. I am disabled and work from my home computer. Is there anything I can do for you? I already tell everyone I know about you and hand out brochures, etc. whenever I can. What else can I do to help?

  8. pooja deora says:

    we are an upcoming online website looking for artisans and small enterpreneurs who would be willing to thier work through our website kindly revert back

    • A big marketplace for Morocco is trying to expend its business over the world “Moroccan Artizana Arts & crafts”; So we are seeking for partners / salespersons to handle and distribute our products all over the world, or partners who could help us to run our products (pottery, ceramic, wrought iron, leather, mode, luminaries, Moroccan beauty care…).If you are interested or need more details, do not hesitate to contact us at the email addresses below:

    • Hi Pooja,
      I’m a small entrepreneur from Mumbai. I create and manufacture lifestyle accessories like bags, Hand made jewelry, cushion covers, table runners etc.

      I’d would want to know more about your Project.
      Thank you,

  9. I’m not that much of a internet reader to be honest but your sites really nice, keep it up!
    I’ll go ahead and bookmark your site to come back later on. Cheers

  10. Hi, we are looking for artisans to make us appliqué floor pillows for our new collection, can you help us find soemone to help?

  11. Hello,

    Your team wrote something about consecutive participation on trade fairs/shows in one of the blogs. i included the link here. I just want ask your reference for this sentence
    “Experienced trade show exhibitors say that it is necessary to participate in the same trade show three consecutive times before receiving substantial orders.”

    • Hi Erika,
      In working with most any type of marketing, but especially trade shows, ByHand Consulting recommends participating at a minimum three times. This allows you as the producer to gain a better understanding of the marketplace and refine your presentation and product offerings to your target customer. From the Buyer side, when a buyer first sees you, they don’t have any understanding of you or your business. You are an unknown to them and they to you. As they see you in future shows they grow accustomed to you and your products and they have confidence you are a legitimate business as you have shown consistency in your presence and growth in your presentation and understanding of market demands.

      At a first show in a new country or market, you should expect to receive mostly contacts who express interest in your goods. You can use this time as well to study the market in terms of target customers, price points, etc. After the event you should follow-up on specific requests and start communicating with these contacts about their needs. Prior to your second showing be sure to inform them you will be attending and would like to see them again.

      During the second event you will receive more contacts from new sources and should expect to start seeing small orders from your previous show interactions. Again maintain contact with your existing buyers and your new contacts and reach out to them prior to the third show. With those customers who ordered be sure to fulfill their orders fully, to agreed specification and in the agreed upon timeframe.

      It is at the third show, you should start to fully realize the fruits of your labor and will start to get larger more lucrative orders from the contacts you have been cultivating. You will see a notable difference in how both returning and new customers view your firm as your consistent presence has offered a certain level of legitimacy to your firm. Now you have maintain this presence and be sure to keep your relationships happy and healthy by meeting all of your commitments.

      It takes time to develop relationships in any market, and we have found three shows will usually tell you if a market is the right place for you. One time exhibiting at a trade fair cannot tell you a lot about the market and your product. You need at least three showings for you to understand the market and for the market to understand you.

  12. Chuck Swenson says:

    I’m working on a long-term, large-scale, privately-funded redevelopment (actually “reinvention”) plan for the Central Montana community of Lewistown. A key element in terms of priority, physical location, and the overall success of the plan, is what I’m tentatively calling an “artisan’s village” in the 23,000 total sf (+/-) on the main floors of the three buildings (built in 1901, 1908, & 1913, and operated for many years as the Power Mercantile Company) that anchor the prime corner of downtown Lewistown. I’m envisioning 30-40 artisans individually “doing their thing”, but also marketing themselves together (with a state-of-the-art web presence and management) as the “Big Spring Creek Artisans”…named for the large stream that flows through town and under Main Street. I’d very much like to talk to somebody from Artisanwork about this idea…my phone number is (406)366-4981.

  13. Hello!
    I’m working as a development intern for Sharing the Dream, a non profit fair trade organization based in Panajachel, Guatemala. We’ve been working with artisans throughout Guatemala since 1996 and are currently looking to work with organizations that share our philosophy and goals. I would be happy to talk with a representative via our US line or by email. Thank you for your time! I look forward to speaking with you.
    * I apologize that our website is being updated and therefore appears old.

  14. hello, i m anwar khatri,a traditional batik artisan from kutch,gujarat,india. i would like to connect with you,pls give advise…..thank you

  15. shmiala gee says:

    sir/ madam.
    we stich/sew fabric shopping bags cheep quality of all sizes depending upon buyer requirements. we are all 17 women doing this work in our houses alongwith domestic work because there is no enough demand of our product in pakistan. if there be a needed in Int,national market by investers we can supply. Is there anyone to buy. pl contact on email

  16. Gwyneth says:

    Hello! I am looking for recommendations about where to source dye for sisal fibers. We are looking for a consistent source that could be based in Africa or North America. Any insight would be helpful. Thank you for the work you do with artisans!

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