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Through simple bitesize exercises you can learn all of these skills and begin your own business plan.
Identify what is valuable and important to you
Develop new product ideas
Tell the story of what you do
Calculate costs and prices
Set goals and plan ahead
Manage your money
Work out your business contacts and networks
Identify new markets or audiences
Consider how to sustain and grow your business
You can use Craft Toolkit on your own, with a partner or as part of a larger group. You can use it on a computer, tablet or mobile. Take it at your own pace and learn in the way that suits you best.
Focus on what matters most to you and your practice by completing them in any order.
We’ve also put together an amazing list of resources and films from other makers to inform and inspire you to take your practice to the next level.
With support from
The Digital Craft Toolkit is part of the British Council’s Crafting Futures programme. It was developed with funding from the British Council by Carol Sinclair at Applied Arts Scotland. The technical development was undertaken by Agency of None and the translation by Translators Without Borders. The ‘Sustainability module’ development, content and translation was funded by a donation from Pentland Brands.