Why Small Businesses Matter in Norwalk: StudioMinerale

Why Small Businesses Matter

Shop small, do big things for your community

Why Small Businesses Matter puts a spotlight on the local merchants who donate their time, talent, goods, and services for the betterment of our community. The shop local movement spreads virally as local businesses who are “tagged” have the opportunity to share their story!

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Meet Nancy McTague-Stock, MFA, owner of StudioMinerale.

Why did you start your business?
I began my business over the years, as friends and colleagues would ask me who made a necklace or earrings that I happened to be wearing...when I said, ‘I did’, I was often commissioned to make something for them. I make it easy for my busy clients - they can email me a budget, color preferences and item they are looking for. Then, I sketch or make a mock-up and once they approve it, I can usually have it to them within one to two weeks. I have great clients, whose personal referrals I highly value. Soon it became evident I should consider making this a real business! 
Do you use any local businesses to support your business?
I work with a number of Norwalk businesses, some larger than others. Here are two of them: 
Jerry’s Art Supply has been a mainstay for me over the years for handmade papers, drawing, painting and design materials and Joanne and her staff are always ready to assist. 
The smallest Norwalk business owner I rely on is Abigail Wall and her fine staff from Beadworks in South Norwalk. I rely on her for jewelry making tools and products, and they are conveniently located for me. She is a fabulous ‘small business’ woman, and I have worked with her for many years.
Visit StudioMinerale online https://studiominerale.com/
StudioMinerale nominates Abigail Wall and Beadworks!

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