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Mango Launches Training Scholarship Program With Parsons

Mango Launches Training Scholarship Program With Parsons

Mango Launches Training Scholarship Program With Parsons

Spanish fashion brand Mango has entered into an agreement with the Parsons School of Design to offer a series of training scholarships to students interested in pursuing careers in design and retail.

The company has allocated $250,000 to support students’ tuition payments enrolled in the Fashion Management Program (MPS) at Parsons.

The program trains and educates students on key tenets of the fashion industry, such as marketing, merchandising, entrepreneurship, and new technologies.

“The MPS Fashion Management Program at Parsons School of Fashion is pleased to partner with Mango to award scholarships to students in this expanding new program designed to groom a new era of fashion world leaders,” said Ben Barry, dean of the Parsons School of Fashion.

With Mango’s help, the fashion school will open access to this program to students whose experiences and perspectives are very necessary for the fashion industry when it comes to identifying challenges, developing creative strategies and new paths forward, he added.

Aside from funding the scholarship program, Mango will participate in Parson’s training programs by helping students learn from the company’s experience and knowledge base of running a multinational fashion business.

The collaboration comes at a time when the company is looking to consolidate its presence in the U.S. and its planned opening of a flagship store on New York City’s Fifth Avenue.

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