Want to learn how to cost your fashion product to make sure you are making a profit?
This workshop will show you how to cos and price your fashion product while avoiding costly start-up mistakes so you can have a profitable fashion product!
WHO IS IT FOR: This workshop is geared towards anyone who is intended to or currently selling fashion products (clothing, accessories, jewelry etc.).
WHAT WOULD YOU GET FROM THIS WORKSHOP?
- A clarity on how to cost your fashion product.
- A clarity on how to price your fashion product to ensure you make a profit
- A clarity on how to keep your prices fit the market positioning of your brand
- Inside tips on how to save money and cut cost
"After taking other workshops and workshops with fashion industry experts, you are the first person to make costing understandable (and less intimidating) and to be innovative and offer a cost sheet with formulas inculcated. I would strongly recommend your workshop as the go-to for understanding costing" Ellen Ulrich, Designer, Coiffie
Included with this workshop is a FREE cost sheet template ($25 value). This is an easy, user-friendly excel sheet that was developed by me and is based on my 20 plus years of industry experience.
This class will save you money and show you how to avoid start-up costing mistakes to ensure you are MAKING MONEY on your product!
"The explanations were very clear and the tone businesslike and calm, which I really appreciated. Best of all was that I started to have the feeling that this could really work" Andrea Meyerhoff, Anikka Becker
Boaz David is the founder and CEO of Human B, a New York firm providing fashion business consultancy and production management services for the fashion industry. Here Boaz channels his design background and all-around business and management experience, helping fashion designers start and build a successful fashion brand.
Over his 20 plus years of experience in the fashion industry Boaz have worked in the contemporary and designer markets in NYC, where he established himself as an expert in technical/garment construction and production. He was responsible for setting up, restructuring and directing design and production departments for brands such as Yigal Azrouel, Nili Lotan, Alice & Trixie and Raven among others, including his own namesake women’s brand which sold in high-end specialty stores throughout the US and around the world.