Upcycling businesses have low start up costs and great unique selling points – it’s never been a better time to start one and to start selling your upcycled goods online!
Resources for Upcycling Small Businesses
In this section you will find our latest posts for upcycling business owners, new, experienced or wannabe!
If you aren't sure where to start the best place is our Quick Start Guide which you can download here.
After that check out our blogs on Reasons to Start and Upcycled Business Online and our Product Pricing for Handmade and Upcycled Products (there's a downloadable Pricing Cheat Sheet available on that post too!).
If you get stuck or you need a specific question about starting an upcycling business just email Kristen at [email protected]
While these posts and resources are aimed primarily at Upcycling Businesses (for example furniture painters, jewellery upcyclers, clothing upcyclers, etc) most of the tips will also be useful to handmade small business owners so feel free to have a browse if this is you too!
This bumper list of books about upcycling is the perfect reading list for any committed upcycler, thrifter or furniture flipper. With books covering everything from painted furniture to visible mending, projects for kids and even upcycled technology! Find your next read or the perfect gift for the upcycler in your life!
Ever wondered how to find free furniture and get started transforming it? We’ve got everything you need to get started upcycling!
Make your own kraft tag style product or gift tags out of cardboard from your recycling box. An easy project that ads another upcycled touch to your small business products or gifts.
Learn how to flip furniture from professional upcyclers who run their own businesses painting furniture and re-upholstering. Step by step furniture painting guides and information about how to price your finished product.
Learn how to price your upcycled and handmade products. Download our FREE product pricing cheat sheet and take a step towards growing your business. Covers costs, profit margins and competitor analysis.