26 episodes

If you're ready to go from side hustle hobby to fully fledged freelancer, this is the podcast for you! Your hosts Shelly Kim and Emma Witte are both full-time artists who have turned their hobbies into businesses, and are here to help you do the same by sharing lessons they've learned, mistakes they've made and challenges they've faced.

Hobby to Business Shelly Kim and Emma Witte

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 47 Ratings

If you're ready to go from side hustle hobby to fully fledged freelancer, this is the podcast for you! Your hosts Shelly Kim and Emma Witte are both full-time artists who have turned their hobbies into businesses, and are here to help you do the same by sharing lessons they've learned, mistakes they've made and challenges they've faced.

    The Customer Experience

    The Customer Experience

    In episode 5 of season 2, we’re talking about the customer journey. How to take someone from not knowing you and your product exist, to becoming a raving fan! Make sure you download the accompanying free worksheets to help you follow along: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bqco_wbjTGcR0NwqPVysLlAX_UhrBKlZ/view?usp=sharing

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Where To Sell

    Where To Sell

    In episode 4 of season 2, we’re talking about where to actually SELL your first product! E-commerce website options, markets, online marketplaces and wholesale - as well as considerations to take into account, and a friendly reminder to prepare for tax!

    • 57 min
    Finding Suppliers

    Finding Suppliers

    In episode 3 of season 2, we’re chatting about finding a supplier for your first product! Different types of suppliers and what you may need them for, considerations to take into account before deciding on your supplier, and additional research you can do to find the right one for you!

    • 29 min
    Testing Your Idea

    Testing Your Idea

    In episode 2 of season 2, we’re diving into ways you can test your product idea. We give you lots of things to research, how to use your competitors to your advantage, a tonne of considerations to take into account when pricing your product, as well as a deeper look into how shipping affects your pricing. You’ll want to bust our your notebook for this one!

    • 44 min
    Products vs Services

    Products vs Services

    In episode 1 of season 2, we’re helping you on your journey to launch your first creative/art-related product! We chat about the differences between products and services, give you practical examples of both in the art world, help you decide which to focus on, and give you plenty to think about when coming up with your big idea.

    • 25 min
    Avoiding the Comparison Trap

    Avoiding the Comparison Trap

    In this episode we’re helping you to avoid the comparison trap. From analysing your social media time, to not putting the numbers on a pedestal, to focusing on helping others, being realistic about your journey and remembering that only YOU can be you, we’ll help you avoid comparing yourself to others and get your focused back on your goals.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

mondaymorningdesign ,

Love this podcast!

I just started listening to this podcast and am barely on episode 2, but I am enjoying this so much already! I love how down to earth they both are - their conversations seem to come so naturally with helpful tips and insight into the behind the scenes! So much of what Shelly says (about feeling the need to hide her hobby at the beginning) resonated with me and I am just inspired by them both. Thank you Shelly and Emma for sharing your stories with us!

Omtomyheart ,

refreshing to listen to Shelley and Emma!

This is a wonderful podcast with lots of tips and insight about starting your own creative business. I just discovered them and am working my way through all the episodes. It's like having a conversation with your girlfriends without all the fluff. There are so many podcasts out there, and this is one that is definitely worth my time. Thank you Shelley and Emma!

Pampam L ,

Refreshing and full of relatable calligraphy advice

Shelly and Emma are great to listen to. They offer amazing, relatable lessons from their own experiences starting a calligraphy business. No cheeky tangents, just down to earth advice and funny anecdotes here and there.

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