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Pro Series: Fundamentals of a Textiles Startup
January 28 | 5:00 pm - 6:30 pmFree
As a partnership with the Wilson College of Textiles, Pro Series for Spring 2021 is focused around textiles startups! This series of workshops brings in textile business experts to work with participants on various topics surrounding launching a textiles-based business. We encourage all entrepreneurial students to sign up, even if you aren’t interested in textiles specifically. This series of workshops will be informative to entrepreneurs of all kinds!
For this first virtual workshop of the semester, we will get you caught up to speed on textile advancements and introduce key terms in the business world to understand the market. Additionally, you will learn how to identify the problem statement and the value proposition through a teaming exercise. The highlight of the session will be an amazing talk by Jordan Schindler, CEO at NuFabrx, an innovative textile company that works to deliver medical treatment through textile garments. Bring your passion and be ready to learn fundamental ideas for startups!
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More info on Jordan:
Jordan has developed and launched a new category of health and wellness products to 8-figure revenue and nationwide retail, including Million dollar grants from Department of Defense and Massachusetts Institute of Technology University (MIT). Jordan has also published in numerous articles from Forbes, GQ, Esquire, CNET, Daily Mail, Golf Week and Textile World; and has been featured speaker by Fox News, IFAI, Medtrade, Techtextil, WTIN and the Southeast Defense Summit.
Nufabrx is an innovative technology company focused on controlled delivery of active ingredients (vitamin, supplement, medication) through clothing; effective delivery lasts through 25+ wash cycles. Health and wellness re-imagined simply by getting dressed in the morning.