Angela and Renée support makers with education resources and business advice
With MGTH you can
- Get the answers you’re looking for when running your business
- Feel immediately connected to your creative community
- Know there is someone cheering you on at markets and online
- Access relevant educational content online when you need it
Make Good Things Happen provides a range of resources for makers in business designed with affordability and flexibility in mind.
From our monthly memberships, our drop-in Maker Sessions or our free newsletter and blog, you never have to feel alone.
Whether you’ve just started selling jewellery to your Instagram followers or you’ve been running your handmade fashion business for 10 years, there is something for you at MGTH.
A Honeyeater Membership to Make Good Things Happen is an essential tool in your business kit.
Join expert mentors in a friendly forum of online learning and pick up essential advice to support your maker-business journey.
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Our beloved community of makers.
There are now even more ways to access our popular Maker Sessions, designed especially for makers in business.
Choose to join one of our upcoming live sessions or for instant access purchase a 60-day pass to a session recording and enjoy helpful bonus content at no extra charge.
READ THE MGTH BLOG
The Make Good Things Happen blog is a free resource
featuring Maker in Business articles and tips, interviews with creatives and our popular shopping guides.
Find art and design markets, stallholder participation application open and close dates, trade shows and conferences for Australian Makers, all in the one convenient free location!
Connection, answers and support for makers in business
A Honeyeater membership is an essential maker-business resource direct to your device.
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