Stylefish is making a splash in fashion franchising
One in four women have expressed an interest in working in fashion during their career. One fashion school though, is making that opportunity possible for women all around the country, who want to work for themselves but not by themselves.
Stylefish was set-up in 2009 to inspire confidence and creativity in womenÕs approach to their style through unique fashion classes. Now, having helped more than 3,000 women, and with two investors from Dragons' Den, Julie Cobbe, the founder of Stylefish, is quickly becoming a franchise opportunity making waves.
Cobbe said: "Our aim is to always provide an experience and good support for the women who come to our classes, which means they feel excited when it comes to their style and so we are looking for teachers who feel passionate about that same thing - making women feel great through fashion."
Stylefish provides a complete package to get teachers up an running, including training, ongoing support, marketing materials, professional photographs, an online personalised profile and presence and a private teachers area, where you have access to everything you need as a teacher.