Business Spotlight from Pagan Business Network

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The Simple Gypsy Shop Business Spotlight How would you describe your business? Romani Gypsy Spells and Treasures Store How long have you you been working in this field, and what sort of any of training have you had? There is no training in my field, as each of us are ancestral bond to pass [...]
Wed, Nov 11, 2015
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Witches Goddess Candle
Hi! I'm Madame Phoenix. Proudly pagan for over 25 years, a witch and priestess. First and foremost, I believe that everyone should have the highest quality metaphysical supplies possible and I work to fulfill that belief and to help people with their Work! 1 – How would you describe your business? [...]
Wed, Sep 16, 2015
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Tree of life leather
1. How would you describe your business? Based in Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada, we make and carry handmade candles, incense, and custom leather products. 2. What inspired you to start this business? There was a real lack in Mount Forest. We're in rural mid-western Ontario. Most [...]
Tue, Sep 15, 2015
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Witches hat
1 -How would you describe your business? A labor of love. All things that make a Pagan life. From jewelry and apparel to pottery and ritual supplies we have it all. 98% of our products are made in my home. One at a time. I [...]
Mon, Sep 14, 2015
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1.) How would you describe your business? We carry gifts and treats for most spiritual and religious paths. We specialize in wood items such as keepsake boxes andplaques/tiles. We carry jewelry and other miscellaneous items andadding other items regularly. 2.) What inspired you to start this business? I have always wanted to own [...]
Sun, Sep 13, 2015
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