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First ever 'Make It British' forum for UK fashion designers
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Sep '16
De Montfort University (DMU) will host the first 'Make it British' forum for UK fashion designers in partnership with the UK Fashion and Textile Association on October 26, 2016 in Leicester. The conference will offer fashion designers and business owners with the knowledge and tools required to successfully develop a 'Made in Britain' brand.

The Make it British forum will offer a step-by-step guide on how to build a great British brand, covering all aspects of design, branding, manufacturing and marketing.

Designers, buyers, fashion students and UK manufacturers will have the opportunity to forge links with one another and fill the gap on how to source in the UK.

“This one day event will provide answers to many of the questions around product development and promotion that we are frequently asked by businesses wishing to grow brands with a 'Made in Britain' label,” Kate Hills, founder of Make it British said.

The event follows the success of the Meet the Manufacturer conference and trade show, organised by Make it British, held in London earlier this year. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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