Creativity and passion are the driving forces of starting out in fashion, but it takes a lot of business savvy to make your ideas work in the long term.
For many new fashion designers, having little or no experience in actually running a business is no longer a setback. That’s not to say that it’s an easy process bringing your brand to fruition but with a solid plan and handy tools to help get you started, getting your label off to the right start is a lot simpler than you might think.
Starting a fashion line can be quite difficult especially if you are doing it for the first time. As a creative person, you can have great ideas about how to create something that you love that fits your needs and others like you. But this is not enough. There are a lot of practical aspects involved in fashion, much more than just sketching nice clothes.
Coming off today, from 5 pm to 7 pm will be the 22nd TANOE Workshop on Starting and Running an International Fashion Brand. This is the 1st in October Edition of TANOE Workshops with a focus on Building Successful Industry Focused Businesses. It is a pleasure to be hosting Marie Hagan, CEO of Marie Van Hagan Fashion House.
TANOE (The African Network of Entrepreneurs) Workshops comes off this and every Wednesday evening at the Ekow Mensah Consulting (EMC) Office at Roman Ridge Arcade at Airport Residential Area, Accra and is hosted by the Founder and CEO of TANOE and Managing Consultant of EMC; Mr. Ekow Mensah.
TANOE Workshops, since its inception in May 2019, has provided Entrepreneurs the opportunity to build their knowledge in several sectors, enhance their capacities and position themselves for massive business growth. It is fast becoming the go-to for insightful, empowering and practical business and entrepreneurship development training and productive networking.
There are limited seats, so interested participants are encouraged to register at www.tanoe.org/registration or send a WhatsApp or text to 0203033733.
TANOE Workshops come off this and every Wednesday! For updates on the September Time Table, schedules and topics, visit www.tanoe.org/workshops