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For the makers, for the artists, for the creatives. This self-study kit will walk you through taking your creative passion and generating income so you can keep being creative and doing what you love.

Manchester Fashion Institute alumni Nicole Broad will share with you how she took her clothing brand ‘the Fruit Moth’ from idea to online store, and into retail. Cotton On Manchester founder Domino Panton-Oakley will then share with you her advice for working with maker markets as well as how to get your artwork into galleries. ‘The Art of Selling’ is designed to help you, whether you already have some creative ideas you need to explore, or if you have a side hustle that could become your creative business.

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Key InformationPoints40Effort10 hoursPrerequisitesnoneRelease Date08/08/2023
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Nicole Broad graduated from Manchester Metropolitan having studied International Fashion Marketing. An experienced E-commerce manager and founder of the Sustainable Fashion brand, The Fruit Moth. The Fruit Moth is a zero waste ethical fashion brand offering a range of limited run accessories and clothing, made entirely from remnant and vintage fabrics and preloved clothing.

Domino Panton-Oakley is the owner, founder, director of Cotton On MCR. They are art event specialists,  and organise a huge variety of art events including exhibitions, workshops, and art fairs too. Domino has ran this business for over 5 years, and hosted numerous events in this time, from small pop up fairs with 25 traders, to huge market events of 70 traders.