Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Start A Fashion Brand

Are you looking to start a fashion brand but don’t know where to start? Need more info, guidance, inside tips???

Start A Fashion Brand  -  An NYC Full Day Workshop for startups!  Three industry experts will cover EVERYTHING you need to start your brand: business startup strategies, producing your first sample line, costing your product for profit, selling to boutiques, getting press, and common rookie mistakes to avoid.
The event is presented by Human B (my consulting company) and hosted by MOOD Fabrics at their NYC location.
Who is it for? Anyone who is thinking about starting a fashion company or is in the startup phase
Who should attend? Designers of womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, jewelry, accessories and any other fashion product
What do I need? No industry experience is necessary, a fashion business concept/idea is a plus and a will to learn is a must
Why should I attend? Because you’ll leave this Workshop with a clear PLAN to move your business forward which will save you time, frustration, mistakes, and money.
Who is teaching? Boaz David (Human B), Jane Hamill (Fashion Brain Academy) and Lori Riviere (The Riviere Agency)
When: Saturday, November 16th, 2013

For more info and to sign up go to:


  1. Thanks for guidance and tips about fashion brand.. try to attend your workshop as well..

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