Selling On Nawapo

Selling On Nawapo

Are you a Native American artist or maker interested in selling your work online? If so, Nawapo is the perfect platform for you! We’re dedicated to promoting and supporting Native American art and culture, and we’re always looking for talented new sellers to join our community.

Getting started on Nawapo is easy. Here’s what you need to know:

  1. Review our eligibility requirements: Before you apply to become a seller on Nawapo, make sure you meet our eligibility requirements. We require that all sellers be registered members of a recognized tribe and be able to provide proof of authenticity for their products. We also require that sellers have a certain level of experience in their craft and be committed to upholding the values of Native American artistry.
  2. Fill out our online application: Once you’ve reviewed our eligibility requirements, it’s time to fill out our online application. This application asks for basic information about yourself and your work, including your contact information, your experience as an artist or maker, and a description of the products you’d like to sell on Nawapo. You’ll also need to submit photos of your work and any necessary documentation to verify your authenticity.
  3. Wait for approval: After you submit your application, our team will review it and get back to you as soon as possible. If we need any additional information or documentation, we’ll let you know. If your application is approved, we’ll work with you to set up your seller account and get your products listed on our site.
  4. Start selling: Once your account is set up, you’re ready to start selling! Nawapo provides a variety of tools and resources to help you succeed as a seller, including marketing support, low fees, and assistance with customer service. We also offer opportunities for sellers to collaborate with one another and showcase their work through our recommended products program.

At Nawapo, we’re committed to supporting Native American artists and makers and promoting their unique talents and creations. If you’re interested in joining our community and selling your work on our platform, we encourage you to apply today. Together, we can help ensure that Native American art and culture continue to thrive for generations to come.

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