Routes To Market with Emma Jeffs

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Making Space, 2 Bishopstoke Road, Leigh Park, Havant, Hants, PO9 5BN

023 9247 2491

Thursday 05 October 2017 – Thursday 12 October 2017
9.45am start
Admission Fee: £10 per talk / 1-2-1
Booking essential
To book a place on either of the talks or one of the 1-2-1 mentoring sessions please click here -

A unique event organised by Making Space for Craft Makers.

Sessions on 5th and 12th October.

We are very excited to be hosting 2 training events led by renowned surface textile designer, Emma Jeffs. Emma has a successful career across hand, industrial and digital textiles processes and is coming to Making Space to inject and energise makers into broadening their understanding about other ways of working. Emma has worked with a broad range of creative industry partners, from, National Trust to Tupperware and is an experience mentor and trainer within the Craft and Design sector.

Emma will offer a unique insight based on her experiences in undertaking commissions and negotiating terms with industry. Her talks will inspire other designer-makers to consider the complexities involved when developing business propositions, developing limited edition or batch production to licencing work for reproduction.

Emma’s talk will appeal to all image makers who are keen expand knowledge, foster relationships and create new opportunities. As with all our events, designer-makers are encouraged to share ideas and network to help build the sector locally.

For those interested there are also ten 20-minute 1-2-1 mentoring sessions available. These are booked on a first come first served basis. Please visit this page for more information and to book your place

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