Aspiring Fashion Merchandiser; with a degree in Fashion Communication & Promotion (FCP) at Nottingham Trent University. Currently seeking roles in Retail Buying and/or Merchandising. I spent my three years at university, delving into the creative world, working across various departments such as art direction, editorial design & cinematography. In my time as an FCP student, I have obtained an understanding of the visual first-culture; knowing how to effectively communicate with the modern consumer. All skills learnt so far are applicible to a wide range of areas of industry, such as advertising, branding, public relations, visual merchandising, fashion media/print and so much more. My interests lie within menswear and Korean fashion; both of which are reflected in my final year projects: Seoul Searching: How South Korea is on its way to becoming one of fashion's biggest names DUCKiE: the latest indepedant publication aiming to diminish male stereotypes and celebrate "pretty" boys Currently I am working in the supply chain field as a Stock Controller for IESA Ltd This involved outsourcing and managing stock for a wide range of clients, such as Bentley Motors, Cummins Engines & Astra Zeneca. I also won Central Envoy of the Year 2019/2020.Locked Pro Plan feature
Managing the creating and supply of stock for a wide range of clients, such as Bentley Motors, 2 Sister’s Food Group, Cummins Diesel Engines, Thorntons, Morrisons and many more. Communicating with stores personnel to resolve any purchase order queries or requests. Edit current stock lines, descriptions, supplier and inventory level changes using the SAP system. Expediting outstanding purchase orders with vendors and communicate to stores any long lead times. Have shown leadership and training qualities by training a multitude of new starters, including apprentices and graduates. Working with suppliers, such as Acorn, CEF and RS Components to get goods to the client OTIF. Winner of Central Envoy of the Year 2019/2020.
Devised marketing plans for the up and coming months,used Google Analytics to track our brands progress and to gain more publicity for the brand, designed promotional flyers, posters etc. using InDesign, redesigned the brand website with some of the changes still being in use today, launched a blog for the brand’s website which I updated weekly, updated all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) at least once a day, assisted our partner company &Blanc Fashion with any promotional activities, including helping with the runway show at Nottingham Fashion Week 2016; styling and organising the models, recruiting local bloggers to be brand representatives in order to help further spread the word of the brand.