Makers on the Move (Episode 1: August 2017)

The Indie Business Network has members from every corner of the country. From big cities to small towns, if you follow IBN members, you will be inspired to maximize your potential through small business ownership. You'll be able to buy some pretty fabulous artisan made products while you're at it. Whether they're appearing on our Maker Mastermind Show or learning and growing together at one of our Maker Mastermind Experience events, our members are always have a great time mixing business with pleasure as they maximize their potential through small business ownership.

Recently, we brought you makers who are moving and shaking in Pennsylvania, California and North Carolina. If you missed them, you can catch them here. This week, we bring you powerful creative energy from and New Hampshire, California and Maryland. See anyone you know?

Private Label Success in New Hampshire

A seed Deb Jasien of Fields of Ambrosia planted in 2014 has finally sprouted. Her company is now private labeling for a local Conway, New Hampshire merchant that focuses on sustainable, fair trade, and American Made clothing, jewelry, and accessories. Deb and her team created a Hemp Seed Oil based product line packaged in PCR plastic and recycled paper. The ingredients are all organic and fair trade.

The brand name of the new line is Scentsimilla, a play on “sensimilla,” the flowering female cannabis plant. You can find the new line at Positive Vibrations New Hampshire.

Get to know Deb and her entrepreneurial story on Indie Business Podcast!.

Visit the Fields of Ambrosia's website here.

A Curated Pop-Up in California

Christina Wennstrom hosted her first curated pop-up shop last week! The South Bay Faves event took place in the South Bay beach Area of Los Angeles. Christina sold her soaps there, but she also organized the entire event. From choosing a location to booking live music and vendors, Christina did it all. And it was a resounding success!!

Get to know Christina and her entrepreneurial story on Indie Business Podcast!.

Visit the Soap Seas website here.

Complimentary Henna Art in Maryland!

Recently, Khadija Dawn Carryl of Henna Sooq in Elkridge, Maryland, offered complimentary henna designs to anyone who visited the Origins store in Columbia Mall. If you've never had your henna done by Khadija, you need to add it to your bucket list. It's amazing.

Khadija's services was a super complement to the other services offered at the store, including complimentary mini-facials and discounts on everything in the store. I hope Khadija does this again. I'll be first in line when she does.

You can check out the Henna Sooq website at this link. Follow her on Instagram to see some of her blow-your-mind henna designs.

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About Donna Maria Coles Johnson

Donna Maria is an author, podcaster, attorney, and the founder and CEO of the Indie Business Network, providing affordable product liability insurance and mentoring. Donna Maria teaches Makers and Creative Entrepreneurs how to use technology and community to build a profitable, sustainable business.