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Centre for Fashion Enterprise seeks jewellery brands for fully subsidised course

The Centre for Fashion Enterprise (CFE), based at London College of Fashion and UAL, is looking for jewellery brands to apply for one of its newly-launched, fully subsidised, jewellery production programmes.

In order to be eligible for the programme, taking place on March 21 and 22, brands must be based in and operating in a London borough, and have been trading for a minimum of 12 months.

The programme has been created to help small jewellery designer-maker businesses ready themselves to work with larger scale suppliers and respond to the changes in the jewellery market today.

This two day intensive course will cover a range of topics designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and tools to help increase profitability, maximise time and attract new customers.

This is a fully subsidised programme and provides expert workshops across two consecutive days. Topics covered will include: 

  • · What makes a Designer-Maker?
  • · Jewellery market overview
  • · Understanding the influence of Fashion
  • · Optimising time and profitability
  • · Sourcing manufacturers
  • · How to delegate effectively
  • · Defining brand value
  • · Costing
  • · Business model planning

For further details of the course or to apply, visit: http://www.fashion-enterprise.com/programmes/jewellery-p1/#recent

The deadline for applications is 11.59pm on Thursday March 16 2017.

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