Africa Fashion Guide
A social enterprise promoting sustainability within Africa's fashion and textile industry.



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February 4th, 2021

SNEAK PEEK OF THE INSIDE OF A WAXPRINT HOUSE!

Always wondered what it is like actually INSIDE a waxprint african print printhouse IN Africa! Then watch this video here ≥≥ https://youtu.be/vZjNYGD–0c

The full video over on my YouTube channel highlights companies we have visited and work with in our # Sourcing Agency theF.A.T.E. of our company, Africa Fashion Guide Ltd see @fashionafricatradeexpo

New sourcing website launched 2021!

If you are a SME, African Fashion Entrepreneur, a fashion industry professionals and visionaries looking to explore opportunities to produce socially conscious products and start a fashion business made in Africa then this is tailored towards you.

theF.A.T.E connects the fashion business world with the producers and artisans in Africa. Our initiative is focused on development and so we aim to build direct relationships with the fashion design community and artisan focused social enterprises throughout the African continent.

Register your details here www.fashionafricatradeexpo.com

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STARTING YOUR FASHION BUSINESS MADE IN AFRICA? THEN DO IT WITH OUR 8 TOOLS AFRICAN FASHION BUSINESS BUNDLE link below
https://jacquelineshaw.lpages.co/3-day-kickstarter-business-bundle-fast-acting-offer

 

 





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EFI Accelerator For African Designers 21-22 – CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The EFI Accelerator Programme is back, and they are now taking applications until 31st of March. With the support of European Union, the Ethical Fashion Initiative aspires to propel creative entrepreneurs forward, providing the...
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THREE KENYAN DESIGNERS SELECTED TO JOIN PRESTIGIOUS ETHICAL FASHION INITIATIVE’S ACCELERATOR PROGRAMME

Geneva, 2nd February 2021: The Ethical Fashion Initiative – a joint venture of the UN and WTO’s International Trade Centre, has selected three Kenyan designers to participate in the second Ethical Fashion Initiative Acc...
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Lidl Backs Cotton made in Africa

The Cotton made in Africa initiative (CmiA) is now able to significantly boost sales of sustainable cotton from Africa thanks to its partner Lidl, which is primarily working with CmiA to achieve its goal of using 100 percent su...
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