Working with Production Houses

Working with Production Houses

Find someone to sew your garments. Get them to return your calls.

Stop wasting your time trying to find who to call.  Stop wasting your time making calls that are never returned.

There are 29 production houses from Vancouver, Wash., to Eugene, Ore., with most of them in the Portland area.  But independent designers can’t find them or get them to return calls.  That’s because any quality production house is busy and won’t waste time with you if you don’t know how to talk to them.

This class will teach you how to talk the talk.  You’ll find out what you need to have, what you need to look for and what you need to say in order to get your product sewn right:  At the right time, right way and right price.

Step 6 in the 11-part Fall Apparel Entrepreneur Series

 

Alyson is an in-demand freelance pattern maker and technical designer. She started her own business in 2014 after working many years as a product developer for Amer Sports/Wilson Tennis and Nike. She has her own eponymous line of curvy girl fashions called Alyson Clair.

Sign up for the series and get your free copy of “Boutiques Guide:  Portland”.  Your guide to locally owned boutiques selling independent design with features on 34 carefully chosen shops with pictures and plenty of useful details.  There are maps to find your way around plus tips on where to get a bite to eat and find a happy hour!

 

 

 

Syllabus File
Instructor: Alyson Clair, Alyson Clair Official/AmerSports/Nike
Dates/Times: Saturday, October 14, 2017, 10 am-1 pm
Cost/Cost Options: Non-credit: $669 for the series; $75 for this class alone
Additional Notes/Costs:

Bring a pen/pencil/notepad or tablet/laptop to take notes.

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