As a new fashion entrepreneur, you will likely face various fears that challenge your growth along the way. These fears could come in the form of a phobia for networking and advertising your brand to new people, a phobia for ruining a client's order and disappointing them or some other thing.  Whichever way it comes, you need to address and overcome it. This week, we reviewed a video by Ada-Uju of Stichadress on ways to get over the phobia of cutting and ruining fabrics. Here's what we found.

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Every entrepreneur, within and outside the fashion industry, needs to attend industry events every once in a while. Attending events not only allows you to better understand industry trends and best practices, but it also provides an avenue for you to network with other industry experts. This week, we reviewed a video by Ronke Lawal on 'How to Network Effectively at Networking Events'. Here's our review of the video as well as extra points to help you out.

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To start and run any business successfully, you must have the basic tools of the trade. For fashion designers, some of these basic essential tools include a sewing machine, thread and needle, measuring tape, and mannequins, amongst others. This week, we reviewed a video by Ada-Uju of Stitchadress on 'How to Buy a Sewing Machine on a Low Income', in it, she shared practical steps fashion entrepreneurs can take to bit sewing supplies even when their income is low.

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Without the use of social media, no business can truly thrive to its full potential in this digital age we live in. As a fashion entrepreneur who wishes to grow your brand, the way you handle your social media can make all the difference. Hootsuite is one social media management app that can help you be consistent with posting on your social media networks to take your business to the next level. Here's our review of it.

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