The engraving services industry is estimated to be worth more than $2 billion in the United States alone. With several thousand businesses employing more than 12,000 people, the last five years have seen steady growth, even during a period of economic downturn. Over the next five years, revenue is expected to increase as consumers increase spending on discretionary services. Small businesses that serve a specific niche are expected to see the biggest return. With low barriers of entry, most new companies will require up to $8,000 for capital expenditures. If you are considering starting your own wood engraving business, check out this collection of fantastic business names for wood engraving from currently existing companies. These will provide you with the inspiration needed to take your first step today.

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Carlisle’s Engraving Company

Case Engravers Dungeon

Cool Natural Jewelry

Creative Engravers

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Diamondback Engraving

Easton Woodworks

Epilog Laser

Etchy Workshop

Farmers Engraving

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Jumbie Industries

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Manual Paradise

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Ponoko

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Vision Engravers

Wood Engravers Network

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The founder of iCraftopia and self proclaimed Craft Guru. I am an experienced crafter and professional internet marketer specializing in bringing relevant articles and related business information to the everyday hobbyist and craft entrepreneur. My primary focus is on mentoring crafters on techniques and strategies that increase their online presence and revenue. In my spare time, I teach craft classes bringing the joy of creativity to others.
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