The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator Announces Fashpreneurs

PHILADELPHIA – Dynamic designer-in-residence program the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator announces Fashprenuers, an elevated learning platform built to connect designers with the expertise of established industry leaders. The newest addition to fashion education launches on May 13th, boasting various exclusive perks for those looking to expand their knowledge of design, entrepreneurship, and business strategy.

The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator Announces Fashpreneurs

Centered around the business of fashion, Fashprenuers offers detailed learning courses led by trailblazers in the fashion industry on a global scale. Members will be granted access to a bevy of informative live panels on a variety of fashion topics. As well as access to a private community page to connect with executives, alumni, and designers.

An Immersive Fashion Experience Connecting Designers with Industry Leaders

Elissa Bloom, Executive Director of The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator, played an integral part in launching the Fashprenuers platform.

"For the past ten years, the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator's main priority has been connecting our designers to education and resources on the business of fashion. We are excited to now be able to share our incredible lineup of top industry leaders to all designers and support them on their entrepreneurial journey thru our educational series on Fashpreneurs", said Elissa Bloom.

The incubator's newest contribution to the global fashion scene precedes their month-long 10th-anniversary celebration this August. The incubator focuses on entrepreneurship, economic development, and job creation in addition to design. The successful initiative is now recognized as an international model for fashion incubation.

The goal of Fashprenuers is to expand the successful program beyond the Philadelphia market and reach designers around the world who are looking to elevate their business. The program continues to focus its efforts on job creation for women and minority community members, along with designer pop-ups, virtual events, weekly online seminars, and much more.