Emerge Fashion Challenge Present “Birth of The Next Top Fashionpreneur”

In celebration of the World youth skills day (WYSD ), A+ Fashion Academy through the Emerge Fashion Challenge a youth initiative seeks to create more Jobs and empower 100 youths with the right mindset and skills to start and run profitable Digital Fashion brands to create a sustainable source of livelihood for themselves and their families.

The empowerment is focused on the South-South region in Nigeria, this is because the situation in the South-South is a sharp contrast when compared to the South West region which has encouraged the creative sector & recorded the lowest unemployment rate across the geopolitical zones in the country.

An application process is opened to the southern states, screened to 100 creatives to engage in a pre training and further screened to 40 participants in a 4 months training. 10 participants will be incubated to start their fashion businesses. The project will involve, technical fashion training, fashion illustration, digital marketing for fashion businesses Fashion styling & Brand Launch and Market entry. The project is opened to Unemployed & young adults 20 -35 yrs) (who are unemployed and unskilled). We are considering Fashion enthusiasts, Start-up fashion designers and Fashion beginners that have been affected by the Covid19 and has decided to start a career in Fashion but cannot afford their fashion dream.

100 YOUTHS….40 TRAINED CONTESTANTS… 10 BUSINESS IDEAS STARTED AND FUNDED…3 TOP WINNERS

YOU CAN MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE TODAY

For Further Inquiries

Call 09014126337

Email Corporate@Aafacademy.Com

Www.Aafacademy.Com

@Emergefashionchallenge

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