Fashion Entrepreneurship

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Fashion Entrepreneurship

The Arthur Blank Center Fashion Entrepreneurship program focuses on assisting Babson entrepreneurs to build new ventures in Fashion (apparel, footwear, jewelry, home fashion) and provides a forum for entrepreneurial innovators to shape the fashion industry. Each year over 300 students and alumni participate in our events. Alumni in Fashion share experiences and participate in industry challenges that our faculty, students, and research address and explore.

 

FASHION ENTREPRENEURSHIP OF ALL KINDS™

Arthur Blank Center Butler Launch Pad: We work with Students and Alumni to gain experience in fashion and to build innovative fashion ventures.

Forums: We gather stakeholders to share thoughts and experiences throughout the fashion value chain.

Projects: We build cross-disciplinary projects to address fashion innovation.

Thought Leadership: We synthesize knowledge from stakeholders and members of the fashion industry to build insights.

Events: We invite innovators to share experiences to enrich best practices throughout the fashion industry.

Research: Dr. Caroline Daniels leads the Fashion Entrepreneurship program and is the Director of the Fashion Entrepreneurial Initiative (FEI). Dr. Daniels’ research focuses on Fashion in the Regenerative and Sustainable economy, leading the way for innovations in fashion business models. Her work at the Copenhagen Summit on the Environment focuses on finding ways for the Fashion industry to make a positive impact on the environment.  To find out more, email us at Fashion@babson.edu.

 

Your gifts support these efforts to create economic and social value in Fashion Entrepreneurship.

 

 

 

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