Welcome to Fashion360, our six-month intensive fashion accelerator program – the runway you need to propel your career globally. Transform your fashion label into a sustainable business and brand.
CEA’s Fashion Development Manager, Thuy Nguyen, will be hosting an information session to prospective Fashion 360 recipients. There will be rundown of the program, followed by a Q& A session where attendees can ask questions about the application process and course structure.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has a background in transforming designers to establish successful and sustainable fashion businesses.
Through the Fashion360 accelerator program, you will learn about the industry from a holistic 360 perspective.
The six-month intensive will have you market-ready and presenting your range in a runway showcase where you’ll unveil your collection to a curated panel of fashion industry leaders.
Receive world-class mentoring, 24/7 access to the Stitch Lab with industrial facilities and participate in industry networking.
Over the past 16 years, Thuy has immersed herself completely in the Textile Clothing and Footwear industry working for many varied fashion companies, as well as operating a small Bridal Couture business.
Her specialised areas include design and range planning, pattern making and grading, sampling, and production management, all for a diverse market ranging from childrenswear, ladies and men’s fashion, corporate wear through to exclusive couture one-offs.
Eager to pass on her skills accumulated over the years, Thuy has specialised in vocational education and mentoring since 2009. Combined with an analytical mind, Thuy has meticulous attention to detail and competency in technical expertise and is passionate about assisting emerging designers to create their masterpieces.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) helps start, grow, scale and connect creative companies. Providing essential business skills and mentoring focused on company growth and investment, CEA accelerates companies with a focus on design, fashion, entertainment, photography, music, film and television, digital technology, games and interactive content.
Since 2008, over 4,000 entrepreneurs have engaged in CEA services. We have supported over 500 creative companies on site, created over 50 startups and established Australia’s first creative Startup Fund.