Applications are now open for a fully-funded training programme with industry experts. Emerging fashion brands will benefit from monthly mentoring and peer-to-peer workshops worth over £2,500 per participating business.
The programme will be delivered Evo Fashion, managed by University of the Arts London (UAL)’s Fashion District, and aims to help up-and-coming fashion companies in the capital build strong business models, gain access to funding and more. The programme is supported by the Mayor of London and is a testament to London’s incredibly supportive ecosystem for scaleups.
“London is the fashion capital of the world and supporting new brands, businesses and designers through projects such as Evo Fashion will help new fashion entrepreneurs thrive. The Mayor and I are proud to support initiatives like these which work with businesses to build a better, more sustainable and prosperous London for everyone.” – Justine Simons OBE, Deputy Mayor for Culture and the Creative Industries
Evo Fashion is a five-month experiential programme for emerging brands and fashion technology businesses. It will take a holistic approach to business strategy, focusing on supply chain sustainability, ethical working standards, channels to market, and investment readiness. Designed to fit alongside work commitments, activities will include an initial two-day intensive, masterclasses, and peer-to-peer learning culminating in an industry showcase.
Evo Fashion is delivered by Fashion District and Evo Learning
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