Binghamton, NY. Making a mark in her lifetime and showing others how to do the same is how Joyce Jagger is doing her part to contribute to Women’s History Month.
Joyce, an author and award-winning entrepreneur who has become known throughout the garment industry as The Embroidery Coach, has much to share with businesses that need guidance and information on creating a successful enterprise. Her goal is to affect these businesses, both established and newly created, in a positive way through her seminars, coaching and actions.
In accord with the 2017 theme, Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business, Joyce inspires women and girls in their endeavors.
Under her expert guidance, business owners can take part in her workshops, get tips on operating various machines, learn about accounting systems and more, in addition to one on one coaching to aid in their success. Joyce also addresses issues regarding which areas of business are either profiting or losing money, where you stand financially, tackling invoicing and spreadsheets and tracking in-store orders.
When asked about her experience of helping other embroidery business owners, Joyce said, “In my nearly 40 years of experience, I have hit some stumbling blocks and I have also excelled. I’ve had my fair share in the middle ground, too. Because of all those experiences, I can give my students the tools to succeed in a much shorter time frame. Building their business and embroidery skills bolsters their self-confidence and gives them an excellent foundation on which to build a successful and thriving embroidery business. My hope is to help encourage, train, and improve as many aspiring and established embroiderers and apparel decorators to success that I can!”
Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society.
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 business owners 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 Stitches Magazine, Wearables Magazine as well as spoke at numerous tradeshows.
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, and later 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/
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