Two tips for running a successful jewellery business

Posted on: 1 November 2017

With so many jewellery shops around, it can be challenging to run your own successful jewellery business. Here are a few tips which should help you to do this. Provide your customers with a memorable shopping experience Many people buy jewellery for special occasions, such as an engagement, an anniversary or a birthday. As the owner of a jewellery shop, you have the opportunity to make the process of buying this type of item a wonderful experience that your customers will remember forever. [Read More]

3 Ways to Use Stickers to Boost Your New Cosmetics Business

Posted on: 11 September 2017

Are you getting ready to start your own homemade cosmetics company? If so, consider using stickers to boost your new business. Stickers are a fun and affordable way of making your cosmetics desirable and getting the word out about your company. Take a look at these three ways sticker printing could help you. They Can Help You Brand Your Products When it comes to branded packaging, getting jars and bottles manufactured with your logo on can be highly cost prohibitive for newbie cosmetics makers. [Read More]

Why You Can Only Realise Your Dream with a Team

Posted on: 25 August 2017

If you have a vivid imagination you may have come up with an amazing idea for your home renovation. You may be quite clear about what you want, but now have to try and convert that dream into a reality. In order to do this, you're going to need a team of experts beside you, who will ask the right questions and take the proper amount of action. What experts will you need and how will they help you with your vision? [Read More]

How to Reduce the Rate of Breakage in Small CNC Cutters

Posted on: 28 July 2017

Inexperienced metal fabricators who use micro-mills and other small CNC cutters frequently replace broken cutters because those fabricators may not know how to prolong the life of those machines. This article discusses some suggestions that you can implement in order to reduce the frequency at which your CNC micro-mills and cutters break.  Adjust the Feed Rate First CNC micro-mills are usually damaged when the feed rate of the material that is being cut becomes too high. [Read More]