WCAF 2019 is in the books! I think you will be pleased with the quality of classes and the new excitement level being added by so many new members of our industry.
Most business owners have one of two distinct outlooks on business. The first group blames external reasons on why things have not progressed well for their company. The second group talks about what THEY have to do to improve business. Take responsibility and watch success happen!
West Coast Art and Frame 2018 is almost here. Ken Baur of KB Consulting will be presenting a variety of seminars on the picture framing business at WCAF. Read the class list, and learn why your business needs a company manual.
At WCAF 2017 I observed that the shift to learning about the operational aspects of running a small business is continuing as owners understand the need to monitor profits and well as grow their creative talents.
Hard to believe, but the 2016 West Coast Art and Frame Show is just around the corner! If you haven’t registered, do it now, as classes are already filling up. View the schedule of KB Consulting WCAF seminars.
There are many signs that 2015 will be one of improved sales for our industry. Consumers continue to show more confidence in the economy. If your shop gets busier, are you ready?
Learning and improving business has always been a major attraction at WCAF. The classes hold a real value for attendees that when paired with vendor offerings still provide a benefit worth the time and expense for framers.
The class schedule for the West Coast Art and Framing national conference in Las Vegas is printed and I’ll be teaching several classes there in 2010.