Miro Door has had the pleasure of speaking with key people working behind the scenes in the Fashion, Event and Entertainment industry. As specialists and leaders in the field we gain insight into their roles and the steps they have taken to establish their career and further their skills.
Undertaking tertiary studies at university or college is one of the main pathways to landing a job in the fashion industry, but fronting up to a classroom everyday isn’t the only option. If you’re time-poor, unable to travel or still exploring your interests, studying online offers a wealth of opportunities. Ahead, we look at the key things to consider when deciding if distance education is right for you...
It’s definitely no secret - starting a new internship or job can be daunting AF. There’s important names to remember, protocol to navigate, dress codes to master and about a million other things in between. While confidence builds naturally over time (trust!), we look at a few tried-and-true ways you can speed up the process and cement yourself as a valuable, reliable and seamless part of the team. And honestly, who doesn’t want that?
Miro Door had the privilege to speak with leaders in the industry to gain insight into how these individuals developed their careers and how they keep ahead of the game. We had the honour of catching up with Nick Macfie of Production Technologies.