Just like t-shirts, businesses come in all sizes. Bigger isn’t always better. While growth is often seen as a mark of success, some entrepreneurs thrive by keeping their operations small. Many people assume that growing a business by adding employees and equipment automatically means it’s more successful, but there are plenty of folks who are happy running a smaller business and maintaining a better work-life balance.
In this episode of Shop Talk from Impressions Expo Atlantic City, Rick chats with Ink Kitchen collaborators Brian Potash of Devilfish Ink, and @StanBanks of T-Shirt Side Hustle to find out why they have both chosen to run their shops as smaller businesses and what they have gained by doing so.