Best Ideas 2022 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.
Explain your idea in details:
INTRODUCTION Fashion Design Business Plan in Nigeria and Abroad can be used for Grant Applications, Bank Loans, Proposal writing, Business Concept Note, Competitions e.t.c. There is one thing certain in this life, everyone wants to look good. When people look in the mirror, it is because they want to check out how they look and of course, theyd want the image in the mirror to be attractive. Women are ready to go the extra miles just to look attractive in the eyes of men and even to complete with their fellow women and make them envious. The body shape is one of the major parts of the body that can either bring out ones beauty or hide it; hence a lot of women are very particular about what cloth they put on and how well it is made. This is where the fashion design business comes in. When you want to list out businesses that yield instant revenue on a daily basis, youd have to mention fashion design business. This business sees customers trooping in morning, afternoon and even night depending on how good the fashion design house or shop is. A fashion design business could be very lucrative businesses because fashion is an ongoing process but that is if you know how to work your onions. It is one business that brings in money on a daily basis. The major advantage of this business over most other businesses is that it can be started anywhere, be it in your living room, at the corner of your compound or a small rented space.
Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development
The fashion or apparel industry has an often underestimated impact on the development of our planet. This $2.5 trillion-dollar industry is the second highest user of water worldwide, producing 20 percent of global water waste. The production of one cotton shirt requires 2700 Litres the amount a person drinks in 2.5 years. 10 percent of the global carbon emissions are emitted by the apparel industry and cotton farming is responsible for 24 percent of insecticides and 11 percent of pesticides despite using only 3 percent of the worlds arable land. As far as waste is concerned, 85 percent of textiles are sent to landfills, i.e. 21 billion tons a year. Beyond the environmental impact, the fashion industry is closely linked to labour, gender and poverty issues. 1 in 6 people in the world works in a fashion related job, and 80 percent of the labour force throughout the supply chain are women. While the impact of the fashion industry is already significanttoday, it is likely to increase even further in the upcoming decades. The average consumer is now purchasing 60 percent more items of clothing compared to 2000, but each garment is kept half as long and on average 40 percent of clothes in our wardrobes are never worn. By 2030, there will be 5.4 billion people in the global middle class, up from 3 billion in 2015. This will lead to an increased demand for clothes and other goods that define middle-income lifestyles. If consumption continues at its current rate, there will be three times as many natural resources needed by 2050 compared to what was used in 2000.
Plans for implementation and sustainability
My business will, upon commencement of operations, sell a wide range of products and services. We will provide quality sewing, bed sheet making, and Sales of materials, along with top lines of beauty products. What will set apart from the competition is our commitment to providing all of these services in one convenient location. The fashion house will be located in a retail strip mall at Kaduna South, Kaduna Stat-Nigeria. The fashion house will utilize 1,540 square feet. The location is strategically situated on one of the busiest streets in my town. It is a high profile area, with easy access from all parts of town. Material and Machine for Hair Saloon Business Plan Computers with point of sale terminal, computer with printer for back office, five cutting stations, each station requires a sales person and a tailor chair, cabinet, large mirror, Industrial machines, pressing iron and packs of threads/needles, desk for reception area, three couches for the reception area, display shelf for sale of retail product, assorted yard materials, assorted laces, wrappers, shoes and handbags e.t.c.
Amina Abdulmumin is born and brought up in Kaduna South, Kaduna State, Nigeria. Amina was born on the 12 January, 1992 and attended her primary school education, secondary school education, Computer Institute and National Teachers Institute all in Kaduna State, Nigeria.