As the founder of One-OneThousand in Madison — a coworking space, studio and host of twice-yearly local markets — Sarah Artz loved working with makers. “I never thought I’d do retail because I was so focused on building the community part. But I’ve found [that retail is] a meaningful way to work with makers and be a conduit for helping them build a livelihood much more directly,” she says. Artz opened her artfully curated boutique Good Day Shop in Madison in 2019. The minimalist, Scandinavian-chic space has home goods, jewelry, apothecary items, artwork and more, and shoppers will always find brands they hadn’t heard of previously. “There are so many interesting brands out there and small, independent brands that we can share their stories,” she says.

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