I currently am the Director of Operations of Revival Apparel, a startup company a classmate of mine started in 2016. As his best friend, I became heavily involved with the company and now am not only an employee, but a co-owner as well. We create premium t-shirts from our homes and sell them across the United States; a dream of ours has now become a reality, and each and every day, we are tasked with new ideas and obstacles we must face to keep our company alive and thriving, which is difficult to ask of two seventeen-year-olds, who must not only work on the business, but go to high school as well. With its astounding professors, millions of alumni, and breathtaking technology, Georgia Tech would provide us with the connections and resources
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J.Crew as an iconic brand targeting young working professional by focusing on preppy and classy look failed in identifying brand focus. Also, their business model is performing poorly in the fast-fashion industry compare to traditional competitors, with its high prices, diverging quality, and undesirable brand image. Hence, the brand perception by customers has changed and many of them prefer to purchase the discounted products rather than full-priced items.
This business plan is to open a door for young adults that want to learn a trade and earn their way in life. Not all high school aged students are eager to go onto a college or a university and this can be for many reasons: perhaps they are not ready to leave home; cannot afford; they are academically challenged; not sure what they want to major in; the list can go on and on. My wish for these young adults is for them to
Growing up, I have succumbed to realize that nothing comes easy, and the ones who work the hardest reap the greatest rewards. I am a determined and confident person, driven to become a successful student. I am willing to rise up to the challenge of learning, growing, and working in the industry that is notorious for being extremely competitive. The Fashion Business Management program will guide me and provide me with the knowledge and experience to acquire a successful career as a fashion buyer. By attending F.I.T., my skills and hard work will put me on the right path for success, and I know that with a positive mindset and my strong desire to succeed, I will make a diligent, hardworking candidate for
The Victorian Era is well known for puffy skirts and restricting formal garments while the Progressive Era was known for its more flamboyant attire and the World War II Era for its more conservative style to ration for the war. The history of clothing and fashion calls to question its importance in distinguishing identities of different groups of people as well as marking the different stages of the country’s cultural, political, and economic history. How are the different clothing styles reflective of the values and lifestyle of the multicultural United States and more importantly, how did it contribute to the creation of the American identity? 17th century inhabitants of the North American continent exhibited vastly different wardrobe choices
Corporate values are ‘the operating philosophies or principles that guide an internal conduct of the organization and its association with its clients, partners and shareholders’. It is also a fundamental and long-lasting belief that specific mode of conduction highly valued by the organization’s membership’ according to IBM corporate responsibility report (2002, What is the value of company).
The firm also has several branches across different states. This offers a deliberate effort regarding location since the strategy behind this is placing and concentrating the outlets in populations where middle-income households reside. This concept helps to cut implicit transaction price regarding distance and time.
Clark Atlanta University is the institution that will allocate the resources I need to be successful as a leader in the future. Over the years, family members, friends, mentors, teachers, and advisors have implemented tools into my educational career to get me to this point in my life. As I transition into a freshman in college, it is now my job to use the tools CAU will give to me to make a change. Through the Dual Degree Engineering Program, I will be able to study Architectural Engineering. Consistent studies and research will give me the insight I need to impact and change the social environments around me. The trust I put in the university’s faculty and procedures will allow me to flourish into an excellent leader and role model that will make a positive influence on the environment of the campus and off campus.
Georgia Tech is one of the most exalted schools in southern Georgia; every gifted student has considered applying at one point or another. The extreme difficulty and strenuous workload of some of the courses, in particular the formidable mathematical courses, puts off many from further consideration or even attempting the grind. However, I consider myself a risk-taker. I don’t want to waste my time taking an effortless, easy journey through college. Georgia Tech, although difficult, will be completely worth the while. This school will encourage me to achieve great things, and these things will take so much time and effort that my competition will never even have dreamed of accomplishing these goals. Victory at Georgia Tech would mean so much
Students often leave high school with the ability to recite the quadratic formula from memory or finding the velocity of a hypothetical car driving off of a cliff. However, it is rare to find a student who has the basic knowledge to allow them to function in life on their own as the heavy dependence on common core and courses with rigor prevent them from taking the classes that would benefit them beyond their life as a student. Fortunately, the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) aims to alleviate this with a vast amount of community service projects and hands-on experiences.
My top third archetype that I received was The Destroyer. Before knowing what the destroyer’s characteristics were, I thought it was somewhat frightening to be one because of the title, however, once I learned more about who they are, I realized it was a very relatable archetype. Although their title is, “The Destroyer” their main goal is not to wreck everything, their purpose is to change their lives for the better. They deal with the internal battles that we have within ourselves such as the emotional and spiritual issues. Those who are destroyers fear being powerless and having things out of their control. One experience that displays this archetype was when I had to let go of an unhealthy friendship, an emotional battle that I had to deal
In “Millennium Dress History: Artifacts as Harbingers of Change” Annette Lynch and Mitchel D. Strauss offers a discussion about the complexities of dress history. They define cultural authentication as “analyzing the process by which an outside aesthetic influence is integrated into and becomes a part of the existing style tradition.” So is cultural authentication and authenticity the same? Is, like authenticity and value, cultural authentication socially constructed?
Plaza Home Health Services is a leader in providing home health services in Georgetown co-owned by Nancy Edwards and Jennifer Moore. Their pledge to provide exceptional home health service has commanded that their services be maintained at the maximum echelon, well above the competition. The entrepreneurs are relentlessly seeking methods to solidify their position in the market via economic control and deeper endeavors in constructing a brand that would be recognized as tantamount with unsurpassed quality home health service.
American Apparel, is an American multi-national clothing manufacturer, distributor and retailer since 1988based in Los Angeles, California. Dov Charney, a Canadian business man was a founder and former CEO of the company. He was involved in nearly every part of the business process from design and manufacturing to marketing. The Ernst & Young named Charney Entrepreneur of the Year in 2004. He was also termed "Man of the Year" by various fashion
This work is an introduction to the fashion industry of Pakistan which has made quite a lot of progress in just a few years. Ten to fifteen years from now, this industry was still unknown to actually exist to the masses. Later with the formation of fashion councils and education centers under the enthusiastic few who wanted to make a difference and promulgate this very institution of fashion, did the very fashion industry took its concrete contour from the old tailor culture that formerly existed. Today it is one of the most progressing industries in the country.