5 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Started My Clothing Line. There are tons of things you learn when starting your own line. In an attempt to learn everything, I went back to school for a degree in Fashion Design. I researched extensively by reading books, blogs and talking to other independent designers. I learned a ton. I thought I had the knowledge I needed: tech packs, flat sketches and lookbooks. However, I missed some big picture concepts. Below are the 5 pieces of advice that I wished someone had told me before I started my own line: 1. Unless you plan on going to the bank for a business loan, then you don’t need an in-depth, 40 page business plan. 2. Depending on the specifics of your product, the development stages can vary. 3.
If you plan on selling wholesale to boutiques it is important that you have merchandise ready to sell during the correct buying season. 4. Sometimes you can get so focused on getting your first season out that you forget to start planning for the next season. 5. The development of your line can become costly. Daren J clothing boutique business plan. Application Trademark or Service Mark Registration (TMAPPL) Form Trademark or Service Mark Assignment (TM03) Reference Filing Fees. Filing Procedure Limited Liability Company.
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