To help women reach their full potential by cultivating a fresh set of skills, Fustany has launched their new ed-tech platform 'Fenun' for those looking to break into the fashion and arts industry.
Like many, Arabic women’s platform Fustany has utilized 2020's long months of isolation to bring its dream project into fruition. In a mission to help their readership - along with every other woman across the Middle East - reach their full potential by cultivating a fresh set of skills, the platform launched their new ed-tech platform 'Fenun' for those looking to break into the fashion and arts industry.
The project gives its users the opportunity to pick from a wide variety of courses to harness their skills or cultivate new ones in short bursts of time. “Our aim in providing online courses is to help people realize their passion and work on developing their skills, whilst keeping up with today’s fast pace and the social changes around us,” said founder of Fustany Amira Azzouz.
Fenun already boasts a highly-qualified roster of instructors under their belt, including designer Amna Shandaweely, artist Hala El Sharouny, photographer Abdallah Sabry, and industry expert Clair Seffeen. The platform will offer lessons in both Arabic and English, including a fashion design and sewing course, a drawing course of different techniques and schools, and photography course for professional portraiture.
But that’s only the beginning, with new courses and more instructors to be made available within the coming year. To learn more, you can visit www.fenun.me