Level three Fashion Industry Economics

Centre: ESE London

 

Duration: 12 hours in 2 weekends


Start day: Saturday, 30th May 2015
 

Cost: £500

 

Application: info@eselondon.ac.uk

 

Tutor Information:
Sanaul Mallick (MPhil, and Fellow of Institute of Higher Education) has valuable experience in Finance and Management both in practical and educational fields. His teaching experience in the finest of London Universities linked to Business, Strategic Management, Fashion and Marketing courses makes him one of the few lecturers who in addition to teaching has the experience of designing course modules for short, undergraduate and post graduate courses. His track record covers banking, real estate and education both nationally and internationally.

 

What I will learn?
This short course focuses on developing practical understanding about national and international fashion industry environment. It covers market structures and competitive pressures in which it operates. Demand and supply mechanism, pricing policies, supply and value chain. It provides you the understanding of growth and market development strategies.
The objective of the course is to provide practical principles of economics, demand-supply-price (DSP) mechanism to create value for fashion business. Customer segmentation based on economic fundamental and social lifestyles. It further looks into the growth of technology, creativity (intellectual property) and marketing (TCM) to examine global fashion environment.

 

The course is intended for someone who, on their own or in connection with ongoing studies in MBA/Graduate, Bachelor or Short courses, who want to learn more about the dynamics of Fashion business.

Teaching and Assessment
Informal assessment will take place through, class room activities, group discussion and case studies, as guided by your tutor.

Course Fees

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