Denver, CO. — Native Fashion in the City (NFITC) today announced a series of workshops designed to help entrepreneurs and small businesses learn how to develop a fashion business.
These workshops are open to any entrepreneur planning to start-up a new fashion business or current business owner looking to grow their fashion business. Topics of the workshops include but are not limited to: fashion modeling, fashion design, fashion styling, photography, finances, business planning, digital marketing, and more.
NFITC plans on hosting the workshops online for now, via Zoom conferencing. Workshops so far are hosted on the Eventbrite platform. Each workshop costs a fee, which is invested back into the organization to create more educational opportunities, programs, and more.
The aim of NFITC is to root the Indigenous fashion world firmly in the international fashion scene through events, developmental programs, business opportunities, and more through an array of industry activities. NFITC is committed to strengthening the impact and influence Native American Fashion has on the fashion market. All of these initiatives, including educational workshops, help NFITC execute that goal.
Members of the NFITC team are available to answer any questions or provide assistance. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found here. Click here to see a list of NFITC workshops and here to register for an NFITC workshop.
About NFITC: We are more than just a fashion show. Native Fashion in the City is a developmental and educational program and annual event which aims to support the next generation of indigenous fashion designers, stylists, models, and photographers by providing a creative professional environment to foster promising fashion talent such as little to no cost business mentoring, educational seminars, webinars, networking opportunities and coaching.