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FASHION SEMINAR  SATURDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER WITH ASAKE OGE

 Get your fashion career started with the Business of Fashion Conference presented by the Fashion Designers Association of Nigeria and hosted by award winning London fashion brand AsakeOge.   The Business of Fashion Conference is aimed at emerging fashion entrepreneurs: students, graduates and those already in the industry who have a keen interest in fashion and want to set up their own fashion business. It focuses on business opportunities and examines how to identify, manage and develop new products, new ideas and new services There is an increasing recognition by the fashion industry that entrepreneurial and small business management skills are an essential component of the fashion entrepreneur's portfolio of management skills together with leadership, team building, communication and networking. This seminar is set out to achieve three main objectives:
·         Support the growth of the Nigerian Fashion Industry
·         Nurture and guide emerging fashion entrepreneurs to start up, survive and grow their business
·         Demonstrate how fashion graduates can use entrepreneurial skills to explore work opportunities within the fashion industry.
With several multi award winning speakers such as Lanre da Silva, Mai Atafo and Modela lined up to speak at the conference, this is sure to be an opportunity not to be missed.
DATE: SATURDAY 14TH JULY 2013 (SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP)
            SUNDAY 15TH JULY 2013 (FASHION BANQUET)
TIME:  10:00AM-5PM
VENUE: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE GARKI, ABUJA.
REGISTRATION: 5,000
 
LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE.
TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE EMAIL BUSINESSOFFASHIONNG@LIVE.COM OR CALL 08057001282
 
 

Fashionably Yours,

Asake Agoro
Creative Director
AsakeOge Couture
www.asakeoge.com
Twitter: @AsakeOge @IamAsake
Facebook: AsakeOge

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