Dr. Rosalind C. Paige Interviewed by NPR for a Media Report

September 2, 2011 at 1:14 pm

The majority of Dr. Rosalind C. Paige’s research focuses on successful marketing strategies for hand-made craft micro-entrepreneurs. As an  associate professor of marketing in the Johnson College of Business and Economics, Paige was selected to be the academic researcher for a recent media report that focused on the subject of earning a living selling handmade crafts through an on-line venue.  The interview with Dr. Paige was conducted by a reporter with Chicago Public Media (WBEZ 91.5), an affiliate of NPR (National Public Radio).  The reporter’s story is titled, “Venture: Can you make a living selling handmade crafts online? ” Although aired regionally, Paige’s radio interview can be listened to globally at https://www.wbez.org/story/venture-can-you-make-living-selling-handmade-crafts-online-91158#comments. Chicago Public Media is one of the first charter member stations of National Public Radio (NPR).