My goal with this playbooks series is to affordably help new entrepreneurs go from zero to one and get their online product business rolling.
My playbooks are affordable, easy to follow, and focus specifically on getting your products ready to produce and finding the perfect partner to make them.
It’s not a giant process with lots of needless steps, this isn’t fashion design school, this is about being scrappy, taking advantage of the global economy and getting a product on to the market to scale and improve later.
You don’t need to be an accountant, a serial entrepreneur or have a crazy background to execute on this.
What I love most about jewelry is you can also launch really small, you dont need $20k or massive inventory, you can make one off or small run pieces and validate your idea to the market with your samples.
I’ve got it all in here, from cost model templates to vetted contractor links, factory links and sourcing checklists. We’ll help you bring the product to life, and you take it from there
Let’s Get Specific
Disclaimer: I am not a jeweler
I can’t help you learn to evaluate types of metals. I’m not going to help you pick stones or settings. I don’t know how to grade official diamonds etc
But I can
✅ Ensure you know how to get an affordable designer
✅ Help you learn to find great manufacturers with low rates
✅ Ensure you know how to properly sample and get pricing for your products
✅ Make sure you’re prepared to execute your order
✅ Prepare you for the logistics of costs and packaging
Here’s what you’ll get in
The Insider’s Guide to Private Label jewelry
All of this is covered in a complete end to end project breakdown, where I submit a simple brief to design, show my back and forth with my designer, find multiple factories on platform, provide files and my brief, and get final quotes.
1. Going from Idea to 3D Files
✅ How to use Upwork to find an affordable designer to help your vision come to life (Includes my template for a job listing)
✅ The basics of providing a jewelry brief to your designer, and what file types and info to ask for before going to factory
2. Finding a manufacturer and establishing pricing
✅ How to use Alibaba to find jewelry manufacturers
✅ How to use Pietra to find jewelry manufacturers
✅ Providing an inquiry to your manufacturers
Extras: Your Private Label Jewelry Toolkit
🔌 Links to 8 freelance designers on Upwork from $10hr to $80/hr
🔌 Links to 7+ private label jewelry manufacturers of different types, plus 4 packaging vendors
🛠 My Upwork job template
🛠 Ecommerce description best practices
🛠 My product purchase checklist
🛠 Links to guides on colors, metals and plating
🛠 Etsy getting started guide
I frequently sent your content back and forth over the last four months as we were learning about ecommerce ahead of launching our first physical product
And we successfully launched last Monday
Thank you for all you do!
Your strength is breaking down high level processes and simplifying them.
And it’s clear you love what you talk about.
The info you’ve been sharing has made this process 99% less intimidating than it would have been 3 months ago, so i salute you for that.
Extremely helpful in getting things off the ground coming from very little experience. Also, in our DM and email exchanges you were nothing short of generous with your time and knowledge!
You’ll be shocked how easy it is to get refined designs and reasonable quotes, all you need is the playbook! I’ve got it all in here, from cost model templates to vetted contractor links and sourcing checklists.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The typical cost to evaluate a product is a few hundred dollars in design, and another few hundred in sampling
Yes! Every designer and factory shown in the video is linked in the courses.
While having a business will give you many benefits, you can design, sample and validate your ideas without one with the tools in this course.
This content is focused on sourcing and producing products, not sales and marketing.