This is an online course suitable for beginner level framers, but may benefit everyone in the framing business, regardless of the level of experience. The course will focus on creating a successful framing business based on tips and tricks from the globally renowned framing expert James Miller. There are several ways to start a framing practice and, once established, the nature of the practice can change to serve additional purposes. In this video, we will discuss several different types of framing businesses that may be started. We'll talk about the advantages and disadvantages of each type of business. And finally, we'll describe the initial investment and other resources needed to start each type of framing business, including tools, equipment, and provisions in the production shop, and also in the office, for sales, accounting, and administration of the business.
The age-old business of picture framing can be just right for art enthusiasts, skilled woodcrafters, photographers or basement hobbyists with an aesthetic bent. A minimum of space is required, along with a good set of tools and the raw materials that go into frames, including wood, metal and paper mats. You can size the business to your level of interest and budget, and even run the whole thing out of your home. Stake out a workshop space where you can set up a framing table and store your materials and tools. This can be a garage, a basement, or a rented space in a commercial building, strip mall or storefront.
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