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6 Strategies That Drive Successful African fashion Entrepreneurship In today’s ever changing business climate, an entrepreneur can easily become overwhelmed. It’s vital, though, to stay focused on your goals for the company. Even with a firm strategy in place, every entrepreneur should consider doing these six things to clear a path to success: Study the…

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How to Overcome the Fear of Success   Entrepreneurs are known for being risk takers. We jump in with both feet knowing we could fail. And when we do fail, it doesn’t keep us from jumping in with both feet again. There is no fear of failure. Failure just means we need to try something…

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A proud African generation we missed, I  can’t wait to share this ‘hilarious’ truth. We, the people born between 1950-early 1970’s in Nigeria and other African countries are the blessed ones… We are the awesome people… Our life is a living proof. While playing and riding rented bicycle, we never bothered to wear helmets. We played marbles,…

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7 Personal Attributes You Will Need To Become Successful In Africa fashion business entrepreneur What do successful entrepreneurs in Africa fashion business have in common? There is this wrong assumption that external attributes or circumstances determine your success. Your school degree, wealthy parents, a cooperative partner, access to finance, luck…. While some of it may…

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A Crow Lived in the Forest and was absolutely satisfied in life. But one day he saw a Swan…  This Swan is so white and I am so black.. Crow thought. This Swan must be the happiest bird in the world. He expressed his thoughts to the Swan.  Actually, the Swan replied, “I was feeling…

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Contemporary African clothing line is the result of mutual interests and concerns generated by the many dreams and ideas So, you dream of starting your own trendy clothing line? To be successful, you’ll have to learn how to run a business, market your products, and keep your customers happy. Here are some basics on getting…

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Nailing Down the Basics (Part 2) 1 Consider whether you’d need employees. Will you need to hire help to work on your clothing line? Consider what sort of assistance you’ll need, how many hours per week you’ll require, and what you’ll be able to pay. If your production is at boutique level, you may be…

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Lahti, Finland (August 22, 2016) – Kipfashion is proud to provide customers with the opportunity to purchase ethically made, modern clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories that provide a taste of Africa with modern flare. “The colors, sounds, cultures, and tastes of Africas have inspired us at Kipfashion, so we have blended traditional techniques and materials…

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African fashion is as diverse and dynamic as the continent itself. African fashion takes many forms, including haute couture fashions by African designers, stylish creations of local seamstresses or tailors. Awareness of fashion trends is certainly a phenomenon of the city. We present you with steps in setting up your online African clothing store. Everywhere…

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Making your African Inspired Clothe (Part 3) 1 Design the clothes. This is the fun part for many people, but it’s only 10-15 percent of the process! Make sketches, get feedback, and decide which ones will constitute your first collection. Pick out fabrics and materials that are cost effective and current. Ask whoever is producing…

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Contemporary African clothing line is the result of mutual interests and concerns generated by the many dreams and ideas So, you dream of starting your own trendy clothing line? To be successful, you’ll have to learn how to run a business, market your products, and keep your customers happy. Here are some basics on getting…

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Hello dear friends and customers! Let me take you on the adventure of making our traditional African clothing attire. You need a couple of new skirts and a new church outfit. Want to go clothes shopping with me in West Africa?  It’s going to be a lot different than what you are used to in…