The new year is upon us – do you have a plan for your fashion business in 2014? If you don’t, not to worry. It’s still not too late to get things structured and in motion so you can kick ass in the new year! To help you, here are some planning tips that I’ve used myself that will aid in your plans for fashion domination:
It’s no secret that holding sales are a great way to get more people to notice and shop your brick and mortar or online store. In fact, a lot of retail entities use it as a regular strategy to increase their overall revenue. However, you have to be careful with the amount of sales you have, depending on your brand and business model. What do I mean?
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Ok, not all fashion designers need to read business books. To be more specific, fashion designers who plan to or are running their line, and any other fashion entrepreneur, for that matter, should read business books. Why? Because the majority of things that you’ll be doing involves real business know-how. Here’s a list of just some of the things you’ll need to:
A linesheet is the document you give to a buyer that they use to write your order. That means your linesheet has to have all the necessary information they need to write an order. So that brings us to the next question, “what goes in a linesheet?”. Here is a list of all the elements to include from top to bottom: