Julius Musau Musyoki
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Profession / role:
Product Designer
Company / organisation:
Common Interest
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Designer, Consultant
I am looking to discover or buy
Opportunities in ethical design and to network with like minded individuals to ahare ideas and experiences
About me / About business or organisation:
I am a product designer with 13 years experience in commercial craft design, training and business support at community and producer level. Currently, I am also a development consultant suporting the works of development agencies. My main focus is support and training in enterprise skills development, strategic planning, craft design, costing and pricing, facilitation skills training and market linkages.
Career history / Company history:
Aug 1995 - May 1996 Freelance designer, Nairobi
May 1996 - March 1997 Multimedia design lecturer at Buruburu Institute of Fine Art, Nairobi
March 1997 - Nov 2001 Chief product designer for Fair Trade market at Bombolulu Workshops, Mombasa
Nov 2001 - Feb 2002 Marketing specialist at IRC Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya
March 2002 - Jun 2002 Freelance product designer, trainer and trader, Nairobi
July 2002 - Nov 2003 Handicraft officer at ABLH, designing crafts for Fair Trade market, Nairobi
Dec 2003 - Dec 2004 Micro enterprise coordinator at Actionaid International Kenya, Mombasa. Was involved in crafts design, training,marketing, business skills training and was the program advisor for the Kenya country program.
Jan 2008 to date Freelance development consultant, trainer and product designer

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At 13:20 on February 9, 2011, Jenna said…

How are you doing today,i hope you have a great moment.i find you when searching for friend. I guess you are fine and living good. My name is Jenna, I decided to drop you a note; I want to know you and know who you are! If it is okay by you feel free to write me back to enable us get to know each other better with my email jennajenna30@yahoo.com hope to hear from you. God bless.
At 21:13 on April 12, 2010, Nicola Thornley said…
Hi Julius,

Thanks very much for your reply. I'm not sure exactly where I will be when yet but when I have firmer plans I'll get back in contact. It would be great to learn more about the projects that you are working with over there.

All the best,

Nicola.
At 19:12 on April 5, 2010, Nicola Thornley said…
Hi Julius, I love the board in your pictures - what is it?! I'm planning a trip around Africa later this year to meet and work with ethical suppliers/projects as a sort of fact-finding mission before I eventually set-up my own business. Do you know of any great projects that are worth visiting or would appreciate any assistance in training or development? I plan to spend a few months with a variety of projects to see how we can all work together and make the supply base in Africa stronger and more accessible to western markets. Many thanks, nicola.
At 9:04 on July 24, 2009, jacqueline said…
hi julius

i am making contacts with those based in countries such as kenya, ghana, uganda, tanzania to name a few. I have set up my clothing label with an aim to work with tailors, factories, workshops and initiatives in african countries with an ethical and fairtrade direction. So I am seeking contacts who are based in these countries to network with and find out more info which will help me when i visit next easter
At 0:41 on July 3, 2009, David McGill said…
Hi Julius, have a look at the pics on my profile and you'll an outfit in the Kenya tartan. The tartan incorporates the colours in the Kenyan flag and has been approved and accepted by the UK High Commissioner on behalf of Kenya. It offers an ideal business opportunity that can also have humanitarian benefits
At 16:04 on July 2, 2009, Kate Louise Hutchinson said…
sorry I see you're already a member. Welcome to the group!
At 16:02 on July 2, 2009, Kate Louise Hutchinson said…
I'm afraid I can't just add you. You have to join the group yourself. I'll see you there - let me knwo if there are any problems. Also, feel free to invite others to join. Thanks
At 15:13 on July 2, 2009, Kate Louise Hutchinson said…
Hi Julius,

I noticed you have done some freelance design work in Nairobi and many other things in Kenya. Therefore I would like to invite you to join the Africa group where you can meet some useful contacts. I'm the group administrator and will inform you of upcoming events and send you useful relevant information. See you in the group :)
At 11:20 on June 15, 2009, David McGill said…
Hi Julius, Im looking to develop a project in Kenya
 
 
 

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