Fashion Tech Works launches with resources for apparel companies
Fashion Tech Works’ content creation tools include a videography and photography studio, podcast space, social media culture, digital marketing opportunities, and augmented and virtual reality technologies. | Photo courtesy of Fashion Tech Works
In the heart of the fashion district of downtown Los Angeles, at New market building, Fashion technology works offers a new space to cultivate creativity and innovation. The fashion-focused space serves as a digital design hub, content studio, event space, and coworking site for designers and brands big and small.
“There are different elements that we can offer. First of all, it’s a community, ”explained The New Mart CEO Tom Keefer. “Most importantly, these are the services we have been able to align with as a one-stop turnkey destination for designers and brand builders, where they have all the tools they need to move from concept to concept. ‘finished sample.
Fashion Tech Works’ content creation tools include a videography and photography studio, podcast space, social media culture, digital marketing opportunities, and augmented and virtual reality technologies. Thanks to its partnerships with manufacturers who use tools of Gerber technology, Kornit Digital and Tukatech, Fashion Tech Works also offers CAD, sample prototyping, 3D printing, durable clothing manufacturing, and small series for clothing manufacturing. The space and its services are available for on-site and remote work models.
“People are coming out of schools and already learning about sustainable manufacturing. They are ready to launch, upon graduation, to launch their lines with sustainable manufacturing, and we want to support their vision and move the whole model forward, ”said the founder and CEO of Fashion Tech Works , Cindy Keefer. “This model is completely step by step for a new designer to enable him to manufacture in a sustainable, ethical manner and with a reduced carbon footprint. This is something that we are really proud of. This is what will help us stand out from any other coworking situation.
Services are available a la carte and through charter memberships. Remote Silver, Gold Open Office, and Platinum Private Office subscriptions are available for a monthly fee of $ 60, $ 400, and $ 600 respectively, each providing a certain number of hours to access the podcast studio, station. design, boardroom or content spaces. Event services, such as organizing fashion and trade shows or other apparel industry events, are also available. Large companies can use the space to test new ideas.
“A company like Boardriders has offices around the world including one in Huntington Beach, [Calif.]Said Mark Robinson, COO of Fashion Tech Works and CEO of Susarel, Inc. “Fashion Tech Works gives them a place where they can test this news Roxy top before going abroad.
With an advisory board made up of fashion industry veterans, including Sherri Barry, co-founder of Fabric on-demand manufacturing services; Barbara Bundy, vice president of education at Institute of Fashion, Design and Merchandising; Laurie Champagne, CEO of Social theory; Frances Harder, author of “Fashion for Profit”; Ilse Metchek, President of the California Fashion Association; and TJ Walker, co-founder of Cross colors, Fashion Tech Works aims to deliver cutting-edge resources with a people-centered approach that blends technology and people-centric connections. Additional information regarding Fashion Tech Works can be found via fashiontechworks.com.