As our city grapples with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Made In Baltimore will continue our work supporting the needs of local small businesses with support, education and development opportunities. Our Tools of the Trade workshop series focuses on the ins and outs of building an online brand, accessing new customers and optimizing business on digital platforms.
Thank you for tuning in to the latest installment of our Tools Of The Trade workshop series. This time we are joined by Kari Miller from Tiny Dog Press who will walk us through her experience and best practices for securing wholesale accounts.
More about Tiny Dog Press:
Tiny Dog Press is a Baltimore City letterpress & silkscreen design and print company that sells products online, at popup events and in over 30 retail locations across the US. Kari Miller, the owner, designer and printer of Tiny Dog Press is a native Texan who fell in love with the history, grit and beauty found in Baltimore City. A graduate from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in printmaking, Kari moved to Baltimore to pursue her art while living in a city full of excitement and life. In addition to being a mom and creative business owner, she teaches at Stevenson University.