British Fashion Council CEO, Caroline Rush, to Speak at the GTBank Fashion Weekend

British Fashion Council CEO, Caroline Rush, to Speak at the GTBank Fashion Weekend

British Fashion Council CEO, Caroline Rush, will speak at GTBank Fashion Weekend on how to successfully position a fashion brand.

Read also: Bethlehem Alemu to attend GTBank Fashion Weekend

This was announced by the organisers of GTBank Fashion Weekend, Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.

Caroline Rush has achieved remarkable success in promoting the British fashion industry, particularly through organising the globally renowned London Fashion Week and the prestigious British Fashion Awards. In 2015.

She was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by the Queen of England for services to the British fashion industry.


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