Faire 's customers — small business owners just like you — have taught us that right now, community is more important than ever before. Subscribe now and every week we'll bring you inspiring stories from independent retailers and share resources to support you in making the right decisions for your business. Listen on Apple Podcasts. This week, we talk with Adam Fetsch, owner of the Rewined and Candlefish brands, about the founding of his wine-inspired candle business, managing the operations of two distinct brands, and how the wholesale landscape is changing in light of trade show cancellations. This week, we talk with Sally January, owner of Siempre Viva, a lifestyle brand providing sustainable employment to artisans throughout rural Mexico. Sally shared how she draws inspiration for her two shops and manages two unique rental agreements. Plus, a surprise reconnection! A Chicago self-taught florist shares experience introducing curbside pickup. They share how small business owners can come together during quarantine and what Pride truly means to them. This week, we talk with Mat Pond, co-owner of Epicurean Trader, about how he has adapted his small-batch artisan goods stores to follow safe practices and pivoted to carry essential products.
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Faire News. Local retail is changing rapidly and entrepreneurs who have had the courage to chase their dreams are now facing unprecedented challenges to success. Community is more important than ever before. Out today, our first episode features a powerful interview with Michelle Macey, founder of Beauty Organix , a health and beauty boutique in East Aurora, NY. Michelle is a former Army officer, biochemist by training, and cancer survivor.
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