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starting a business in fashion

jump start your entrepreneurial venture

Entrepreneurship has never been more attractive. Access to opportunity and capital has never been easier. Unfortunately however, starting a company in fashion is not an endeavour to be taken lightly. Fashion is a very capital-intensive industry, and managing such a project requires great business skills not only creative ones.

In this free course we put together some to-the-point material so that you can understand where challenges may lie and what you should prepare for as you set out in this adventure. 

The course is comprised of four free lessons, (available upon registration) which will allow you to learn the ropes of entrepreneurship, when it comes to creating a product or service, develop your personal brand, attract investors and how to put together a persuasive business plan.

  • 4 free lessons
  • 1hr+ video content

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LECTURER

Thomas Brownlees

thE FASHION inDUSTRY: explained

gain an edge in managing your fashion brand

The fashion industry is fascinating as much as it is complex. Within a single garment, there’s the work of people managing processes that span from the most creative to the most analytical

In this course we are going to break the industry apart and identify all the interconnections that a leader must consider in the process of decision-making

Starting a new fashion brand, or growing an existing one is very capital-intensive. In this course we’ll help you understand in what ways your business endeavour can save money from day one and create value for your customers. 

  • 4 modules
  • 16 lessons
  • 6hr+ video content

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LECTURER

Thomas Brownlees

fashion sustainability

manage your business in a sustainable way

The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world. New generations are demanding more accountability from the brands they choose to purchase. 

In this course we’ll look into how the case sustainable fashion needs to be grounded into a solid business foundation, so that companies can sustain the change processes that the environment requires and acquire company value.

From the transparency of the supply chain to the certifications that can be gained, there’s a lot a company can do to make sustainability more than wishful thinking, but a competitive edge to its competitors.

  • 4 modules
  • 16 lessons
  • 6hr+ video content

COURSE details

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LECTURER

Thomas Brownlees

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