This program will guide you through the process of creating your own clothing brand. It will show you how to find a brand idea, sew your first piece and what mistakes not to make.
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…you need to know to create your own clothing brand. A brand that will bring you revenue. Even if you don’t have an idea and customers yet.
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Tomek takes the participant through the entire process of creating a clothing brand. Each module ends with a homework assignment that propels you to work.
Lesson 1: The Game Plan and The Purpose Of This Program
Lesson 2: How To Study This Course
Lesson 3: My Story
Lesson 4: The Crap and The Myths
Lesson 5: The Wrong Way
Lesson 6: What to Do When I Have a Problem?
Lesson 7: Homework
Lesson 1: The Clothing Brand Idea
Lesson 2: The Name and Buying a Domain
Lesson 3: Defining the Price Shelf
Lesson 4: Don’t Spend Money On This!
Lesson 5: We Create Our Brand Logo
Lesson 6: Graphic Designer – Why and How to Find One?
Lesson 7: The Magic of Unpacking
Lesson 8: Defining the Sales Model
Lesson 9: 8 Books You Must Read!
Lesson 10: Homework
Lesson 1: What is a Sample
Lesson 2: From Idea to Sale
Lesson 3: What the Sewing Room Can Do for You
Lesson 4: What are the Types of Prints?
Lesson 5: How to Choose a Knit / Fabric?
Lesson 6: Tags and Other Extras
Lesson 7: How Much Should It All Cost?
Lesson 8: How to Design and Order Sewing
Lesson 9: Homework
Lesson 1: What To Do With This Sample?
Lesson 2: The Action Plan & First Teasers
Lesson 3: Beautiful Photos and How to Find a Photographer?
Lesson 4: The One Thing Photo Session
Lesson 5: We Are launching a Facebook Fanpage
Lesson 6: We Are Opening a Profile on Instagram
Lesson 7: Social Media Ads
Lesson 8: Quantity vs. Quality Of Our Fan Base
Lesson 9: Other Communication Mediums
Lesson 10: Landing Page and Mail Collection
Lesson 11: Showing How You Work with the Brand
Lesson 12: Types of Posts That Work
Lesson 13: Creating a Facebook Group
Lesson 14: People Don’t Know What They Want
Lesson 15: Idea Validation – Preorder
Lesson 16: Preorder – Next Steps
Lesson 17: What to Do When The Preorder Failed
Lesson 18: Further Steps After a Successful Launch
Lesson 1: What is a Collection in the Fashion Industry?
Lesson 2: Slowfashion vs. Fast Fashion
Lesson 3: How Big Must the Collection Be?
Lesson 4: Interesting Examples of Collections
Lesson 5: Where to Look for Inspiration?
Lesson 6: Planning & Designing a Collection
Lesson 7: Sending the Order to the Sewing Room
Lesson 8: We organize a Photo Session
Lesson 9: Accessory Design
Lesson 10: Homework
Lesson 1: Collaborations Are The Basis
Lesson 2: Mistakes When Collaborating
Lesson 3: How to Acquire New Faces?
Lesson 4: Where To Advertise At The Beginning?
Lesson 5: 10 Patents For Free Advertising
Lesson 6: Participating In Events
Lesson 7: Examples of Different Collaborations
Lesson 8: Kollabo, As a Way To Promote
Lesson 9: Collaborations – How Much Do They Cost
Lesson 10: Homework
Lesson 1: It’s a Logistics Business, Not a Creative Business
Lesson 2: What’s Worth Outsourcing?
Lesson 3: What Will Customers Love You For?
Lesson 4: The Unexpected Extras!
Lesson 5: Shipping 5 Times a Week?
Lesson 6: Free Shipping
Lesson 7: Complaints – How To Handle Them Wisely?
Lesson 8: How to Send Parcels At The Beginning?
Lesson 9: Customer in the Creation Process
Lesson 10: Satisfied Customer Pays Dividends
Lesson 11: Homework
Lesson 1: Sales Are The Most Important Part!
Lesson 2: Where to Sell Our Clothes?
Lesson 3: Online Store – Built For You vs. Ready-made
Lesson 4: Examples of Fashion Industry Stores
Lesson 5: Best Additional Solutions
Lesson 6: Is It Worth Being on the Marketplaces?
Lesson 7: The Value Of The Mailing List
Lesson 8: Not Just Sales
Lesson 9: Be The Face Of Your Brand – It Works!
Lesson 10: Homework
Lesson 1: Quick Success Is Possible
Lesson 2: Planning Next Steps
Lesson 3: How Often Do You Create New Things?
Lesson 4: 10 Biggest Mistakes
Lesson 5: It’s Not The End Of The Job! Plus Request!
Lesson 1: What is Distribution?
Lesson 2: Pros & Cons Of Distribution
Lesson 3: How To Start Cooperation With Stores?
Lesson 4: 5 Biggest Mistakes In Distribution
Lesson 1: The Most Important Elements When Opening a Company
Lesson 2: What Type Of Running A Company To Choose?
Lesson 3: What Taxes Do You Have to Pay?
Lesson 4: What Do You Need To Run Your Company?
Lesson 5: Whether To Become A VAT Payer?
Lesson 6: ZUS
Lesson 7: The Process Of Starting A Business
Lesson 8: The Process Of Establishing A Limited Liability Company.
Lesson 9: The Process of Establishing A Limited Partnership
Lesson 10: A Job Vs. A Company
Lesson 11: The Fundamentals of Accounting
Lesson 12: The First Invoice
Lesson 13: Accounting for Costs/Earnings in Currencies
Lesson 14: The Archiving Of Accounting Documents
Lesson 15: How to Avoid Visits To Bureaus?
Lesson 16: How To Pay Fewer Taxes?
Lesson 17: How to Choose A Good Accountant or Advisor?
Lesson 18: What Should An Effective Accountant Work Like?
Lesson 19: The Step By Step Checklist
Lesson 1: The Welcome Session
Lesson 2: Launching The Store
Lesson 3: Working With Products
Lesson 4: Configuring Payment Methods
Lesson 5: Configuring Delivery Methods
Lesson 6: Creating Clear Communications
Lesson 7: Changing The Look Of The Store
Lesson 8: Preparing A Marketing Strategy
Lesson 9: Sales And Opinion Gathering
Lesson 1: Your Instructor
Lesson 2: Preparing For The Model Search
Lesson 3: How To Search For A Model?
Lesson 4: Is It Worth It Working With An Agency?
Lesson 5: The World Of Professional Models
Lesson 6: How To Talk To A Model Agency
Lesson 7: What Not To Do When Contacting An Agency
Lesson 8: Preparing For The Session
Lesson 9: The Session
Lesson 10: What After The Session?
Lesson 1: The Knowledge Base Built By Students
Lesson 2: Tomek Grande’s Contacts
Lesson 3: Mock-ups
Lesson 4: Creating The First Landing Page
Lesson 5: Changing The Landing Page Into A Sales Page
Lesson 7: InPost – Account Maintenance And Parcel Posting
Lesson 8: A Visit To The Sewing Room – Part 1
Lesson 9: A Visit To The Sewing Room – Part 2
Lesson 10: A Visit To The Sewing Room – Part 3
Lesson 11: A Visit To Diamante
The Knowledge Base Built by Students
Tomek Grande’s Contacts
Creating The First Landing Page
Changing The Landing Page Into A Sales Page
InPost – Account Maintenance And Parcel Posting
Visit the Sewing Room And Print Shop
A Visit To Diamante
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