I’m thrilled to share some exciting news with all of you. If you’ve been following my journey, you’re likely aware of the Fashion Marketing Course “Elevate in 60 Days” that I developed to assist Fashion Designers in promoting their brands. It’s a common challenge for designers who excel in their craft to lack the business and marketing skills needed to succeed in the industry. Traditionally, Fashion Design Schools often focus on honing design skills without addressing the essential aspects of running a business or effectively marketing brands to consumers.
Recognizing the potential financial burden of hiring a PR or Marketing Agency, we’ve created a highly practical marketing curriculum. This curriculum empowers designers to apply real-world marketing strategies at a fraction of the cost of hiring a professional. Importantly, participants still receive personalized one-on-one support from us whenever they need it. Now to the exciting news…
So the New York School of Design got wind of my course and asked me to teach a class on how designers can market their new collections. I was super honored and excited to teach the class. And let me tell you, this has been an amazing experience for me. The students were super engaged, asked great questions, and even connected with me afterwards. I’m really in a flow state when I teach. I just love fashion designer, marketing and combining the two. The ultimate reward is when students apply the knowledge and start achieving their goals. Whether it’s making their first $10k, dressing a celebrity, or being featured in a fashion publication. It is just a joy to watch them grow and evolve into the fashion business they always dreamed of. I’m seriously considering a career switch or at least a guest tenure as a professor. Stay tuned 😊.
If you want to start making your Passion for Fashion a reality I highly recommend you enroll in Elevate in 60 Days. We will have a major sale for Black Friday of course, so get ready and tell all your fashion people 😉.
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