Frequently Asked Questions
Will this course teach me everything I need to know for costing and pricing artisan products for businesses of ALL kinds?
This course is built on Aid to Artisans' proven costing and pricing system, which has been honed over 45 years and is based on industry standards and Lauren Barkume's 15 years of practical experience working with artisan businesses and importers 10+ countries.
I walk you through the entire costing and pricing process, as well as particulars of artisan production, wholesale and retail (for an individual, association, or business), export costing, landed international costing, wholesale, and retail pricing.
Why do I need Artisan Costing and Pricing? Can’t I just use my own costing and pricing system?
If you are 100% confident that you are covering your costs, have a well honed costing system that is easy to update when you develop new products, and you're consistently turning a profit, then this course probably isn't for you.
Otherwise, this course will help you to develop your own easy to maintain costing system, and understand how to price for more than one sales channel.
Is The Artisan Costing and Pricing course really risk free?
We absolutely offer a 30-day risk-free guarantee on this course.
But let us be real with you… I have put SO MUCH WORK (not to mention exclusive know-how!) into this course.
The Artisan Costing & Pricing course is the most comprehensive program of its kind, built for serious entrepreneurs and artisan brands who are ready to increase their revenue + efficiency.
So, here’s the details: By the end of 30 days, you will have had ample time to work through Artisan Costing and Pricing content and begin implementing our process.
If you don't feel that the Costing and Pricing Course has helped you establish a costing and pricing framework for working with your target clients, how to implement it into your business, and prepare you for pricing artisan products of all kinds, simply reach out to us, show us you put in the work, and we'll refund your investment.
We don’t think that’s going to happen, though!