Joyce Jagger also helped the Apparel & Design Department at Rhode Island School of Design add Embroidery with their curriculum.
Summary: Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach, successful entrepreneur and embroidery business coach, offers guidance to embroidery business owners
Binghamton, NY: Award-winning business owner, Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach, is known for her expert guidance aiding small embroidery businesses to become successful enterprises and works to make a definitive difference in their lives.
Small businesses, defined by National Small Business Week, are vital to the U.S. economy and make critical contributions according the 1963 proclamation by the President of the U.S. National Small Business Week, held from April 30-May 2017, highlights the more than half Americans who either own or work for a small business, therefore creating two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year.
As part of National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration takes the opportunity to highlight the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs, small business owners, and others from all 50 states and U.S. territories. Every day, they’re working to grow small businesses, create 21st century jobs, drive innovation, and increase America’s global competitiveness.
Joyce’s expertise comes into play by teaching embroidery business owners how to discover the secret to an easy embroidery business through workshops, online training, and more.
Joyce’s workshop and bookkeeping system also educates businesses on uncovering which areas of their embroidery businesses are profitable and not profitable through online training and 1 on 1 coaching.
For more information on Joyce’s bookkeeping system and workshops to be prepared for your embroidery business needs, go to http://theembroiderycoach.com/embroidery-business-bookkeeping-system.
About Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach:
Joyce Jagger is an award-winning business owner and coach to commercial embroidery businesses. As The Embroidery Coach, Joyce teaches new businesses how to start on the right path, and existing businesses how to increase their bottom line. Her goal is to see that every embroiderer has the right systems, processes, and tools in place to prevent them from making the same costly mistakes she made.
Joyce’s business offers multiple video trainings, onsite training, and she has a book called “The Truth About Embroidery Business Success.” She has also written articles for Wearables Magazine (formerly Stitches Magazine) and speaks at various tradeshows in the industry.
Joyce has received numerous awards for her work as The Embroidery Coach. Stitches Magazine honored Joyce in June of 2010 with the distinction of being one of “20 Creative Thinkers.” In December 2010, Stitches Magazine ranked her at #28 of the 56 “Most Powerful People” in the apparel decorating industry. Stitches Magazine honored Joyce again in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 as one of the “75 Most Influential People in the apparel decorating industry.”
Joyce Jagger also helped the Apparel & Design Department at Rhode Island School of Design add Embroidery with their curriculum. For additional information on Joyce Jagger – http://theembroiderycoach.com.
To schedule an interview with Joyce:
Contact her publicist: Sandy Lawrence at 281.989.8892 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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