Sharpen up your business plans, design lovers, because Pratt Institute is launching a design entrepreneurship program. The three-week intensive, which gets underway June 3, will give designers the tools to successfully run their own businesses. “These days, entrepreneurship is a critical life skill that will allow a talented person to design and live the life they want,” says Debera Johnson, executive director of Pratt Design Incubator for Sustainable Innovation, which developed the new certificate program. Courses include “Business and Design,” “Turn Your Idea into a Product,” and “Staying Out of Trouble.” So who should fall out for this entrepreneurial bootcamp? Design professionals interested in starting businesses in fashion, product design, footwear, jewelry, design consulting, or social entrepreneurship. Learn more here.
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