Getting It Made

, 14.00 - 17.00
BIPC
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Join us at this practical and inspiration seminar designed to help fashion industry entrepreneurs understand the different options available if you are planning to build an on-line business.

Getting it Made

One of the biggest problems designers face is how to source and work effectively with their manufacturers, whether they are managing production in the UK or offshore. Buyers consistently complain that the production from British designers is not up to standard or their orders arrive late.

Is it for me?

This interactive session, part of the Design Create Sell series of workshops, is essential for any designer or fashion label that is unsure about how to go about getting their products made or are experiencing problems with their production. It will give you an understanding of sampling, production and quality control procedures, and the systems you need to have in place in order to avoid expensive mistakes.

Delivered by fashion industry expert Alison Lewy and author of Design Create Sell - a guide to starting and running a fashion business, it will cover the following:-

  • The production process
  • Sourcing and selecting manufacturers
  • Uk Vs offshore production
  • Production and critical path management
  • Managing quality control
  • The necessary documentation including, production dockets, costing sheets, size and design specifications
  • Understanding of the sealed sample process
  • Costing your products

By the end of the session you will have the confidence to communicate effectively with your suppliers and manage your production effectively.

Each participant will also be given the Fashion Angel Production Pack – essential templates and measuring guides that you can use for your own sampling/production.

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Details

Name: Getting It Made
Where: Business & IP Centre
The British Library
96 Euston Road
London
NW1 2DB
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When: , 14.00 - 17.00
Price: £64.55
Enquiries: +44 (0)20 7412 7901
bipcworkshops@bl.uk
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