Who Wants To Be A Fashion Entrepreneur?

8 Jun

Wandering minds.. Searching Souls and through numerous job-searching agendas, I ventured into different ideas on how to be a self-starter, a fashion entrepreneur. I don’t know if I would ever become one or just keep blogging away about the same. But nevertheless, these articles gave me an insight into how to think creatively, how to be business-minded and how to avoid mistakes and how to write more blogs to increase viewership.

Focusing on innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship, there are ‘N’ number interesting articles online on ‘how to be an entrepreneur?’ Paisleys & Indian Ink has listed out some interesting articles, blogs on the same.

Who Wants To Be A Fashion Entrepreneur?

‘The Stylist’ has listed two great articles:

 Entrepreneur.com provides interesting blogs, ideas and business advice for small businesses. It lists ‘The New Faces of Fashion Entrepreneurship’  and showcases how five entrepreneurs turned their creative ideas into profits:
 
 On a similar model, YourStory.in has interesting start-up Stories about Indian entrepreneurs: 
 
 Practical E-commerce.com enlists pointers for successful online businesses:
 

Ethical Fashion Forum provides training and master classes for social entrepreneurs in the field of fashion and apparel.

Whereas Neil Patel discusses

Here’s another interesting blog on women entrepreneurship: http://women-entrepreneurs.blogspot.com/

Reality shows like ‘The Apprentice‘ and ‘Dragon’s Den‘ are ‘infotainments’ that give insight to the different ideas, business analysis and unique entrepreneurial ventures undertaken by people.

Last but not the least, Youtube has an amazing collection of videos on entrepreneurial talks. There are many more but these are some of the good ones that I found!! Happy reading!!
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2 Responses to “Who Wants To Be A Fashion Entrepreneur?”

  1. Vivek December 12, 2011 at 6:22 pm #

    Being a fashion entrepreneur is extremely exciting – almost too exciting. Nothing like what you see on Dragon’s Den or any of the other programs. A LOT of fun though, especially when one deals with Indian Designers 🙂

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