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Feb 7, 2017

Incubating Canada's Next Fashion Leaders

From being an active participant in Startup Fashion Week, we have gotten to know many of Ontario's fashion innovators. We are consistently blown away by the breadth of their talent and creativity.

The Joe Fresh Centre for Fashion Innovation at Ryerson University's Fashion Zone is now accepting applications for its fourth cohort. This incubator program is designed to support and develop startups and growth companies in fashion-related fields and industries, including design, production, technology and professional services. The goal of this 18-month program is to create the next generation of Canada's fashion leaders.

The application requirements for this opportunity, together with the application form, are available through the incubator program website. Applications are due February 21, 2017.

Of course, Ryerson's Fashion Zone itself is continuing to take applications for 4-month cohorts. For Fashion Zone eligibility and application information, click here.

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