Siberian Sofia Malgina worked as an advertising Manager, and then suddenly became interested in ceramics: dreaming on the Potter’s wheel, and when I tried spun. A long time girl went to the workshop, and when her owner decided to move to Moscow, Sonya bought the business. So she became a “foster mother” workshop “polka dot”. It’s gone. After a while Sonia opened another shop. Journalist NGS Maria Tishchenko asked her whether she had been afraid to buy someone else’s business, what challenges she faced, how much money had to invest and why so many people are taking over the pottery.
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