Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 142 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share!British Council announces highly competitive Young Creative Entrepreneur Fashion and Design Award 2014 in the Ghana The British Council in the Ghana has announced the launch of the Young Creative Entrepreneur (YCE) Fashion and Design Award 2014 to foster business and collaborations between the UK and other countries. The 16 international brightest emerging entrepreneurs from participating countries – including Columbia, Russia, Nigeria and China – will be invited to take part in a programme in the UK, from10 – 17 September 2014, as they will be given insight into the UK’s rapidly evolving fashion and design sector. More Articles You Would Love How Lydia Forson Slayed Unapologe-Thickly For Plus Size Women In 2018; Big Women Do It Better? “Desert Bloom” – Pretty Hues & Embellished Pieces make up Abaya Lagos’ New Collection Lookbook Highlights of the programme include a glimpse into the latest developments in the UK’s fashion and design industry, curated access to both London Fashion Week and 100% Design, the opportunity to network and present business ideas to industry expects, and networking sessions with international participants and young fashion and design entrepreneurs. To qualify for the programme, applicants must own a young business in the Fashion and Design sector with at least 2 years’ experience and no more than 7 years in business in Ghana. They should be able to demonstrate entrepreneurial skills in promoting the sector and to potentially be a future leader of the fashion and design sector in the Ghana. “We expect that the YCE Fashion and Design Awards 2014 will be an ideal platform to encourage budding entrepreneurs in the field of fashion and design by offering them unparalleled business development opportunities in modern day fashion, through enhancement of business ties and partnerships between the UK and the Ghana. “We are looking for people running great fashion and design businesses, who know that the ability to manage production and get product to market is just as important as fantastic design skills. They are looking for people who are using interesting materials, resources and business models to develop amazing products or to get other people’s products to the marketplace; people who are engaging with cultural and social issues and people who understand the power of collaboration” On completion of the programme, candidates will be expected to actively engage in future collaboration and business with UK-based companies, organisations and individuals that they meet. British CouncilcompetitionfashionFashion and Design Award 2014ghanalondon fashion weekYoung Creative Entrepreneur Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You 5 Major Reasons Why Your Hair Is Breaking VIDEO: Fox News Host Jessie Watters Explains Kamala Harris’s $100M Check Is A... #BIKINIBAE: Discover Allie Redmond, The Pretty Damsel So Elegantly Serving Viral Swimwear Looks PICS: Nana Akufo Addo Hosts Kamala Harris At A State Banquet Dinner At... Kamala Harris Meets Up With Celebrities Idris Elba, Black Sherif, Sheryl Lee Ralph... Luxury At It’s Best, Take A Look At South Africa’s Amazing Sky Villa... VIDEO: Ghanaians Blast President Akufo Addo For Changing His Stance On LGBTQ Whilst... #OOTD: Art Lover & Influencer Gezelle Renee Blesses Us With This Gorgeous Kaftan... On The Contrary! News Emerges Jonathan Majors Was Rather The Victim Of Assault... #OOTD: Nancy Isime Made A Premium African Fashion Statement At Her TedX Talk... You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.