From new and advanced decorating techniques and products to boosting sales without adding staff, the Stahls’ TV February 2017 webinar lineup is geared toward helping you make the coming year the best yet for your business. Check out the just-released schedule below for a quick look at what’s on tap and visit http://www.stahlstv.com/Events for detailed class descriptions, updates and registration information.
Whether you’re just starting out in apparel decorating or continuing to build your business, a wealth of resources is available at www.stahlstv.com. Live webinars, videos and archived educational sessions cover a wide range of topics from how-to, marketing and business basics to advanced techniques and new technology. And a blog and weekly Monday morning Stahls’ TV show are designed to keep you in the loop on breaking industry news and trends.
Stahls’ TV Morning Show
Every Monday, 11 – 11:45 a.m. EST
Jump-start your week with the latest industry buzz, new product and decorating ideas and business strategies to keep you ahead of the competition.
Heat Printing Mixed Media Monograms
February 15, 11-11:45 a.m. EST
Take your basic heat-press monogramming skills to the next level with patterns, mixed media and special effects. In this live, interactive class, you’ll learn ways to use film, print/cut digital transfers and more to create cutting-edge looks and spark sales.
It’s in the Bag: A Complete Guide to Heat Printing Bags
February 22, 11-11:45 EST
Find out how to cash in on the myriad opportunities in personalizing bags. From choosing the right transfer and heat press accessories to printing tips and tricks, this live session demonstrates the ins and outs of decorating a wide array of styles, including cinch packs, laptop bags wristlets and more.
Sales Strategy: How to Grow Sales with Independent Retail Stores & Boutiques
February 28, 2-2:45 p.m. EST
Learn how to increase your sales without expanding your sales staff by wholesaling through independent retail stores and boutiques. Topics include finding potential stores and customers, developing a wholesale pricing structure, setting up appointments and closing deals.