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Danielle Nicole handbags speak for themselves with Danielle DiFerdinando

Posted: July 21, 2012 at 3:56 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Danielle DiFerdinando, the founder and lead designer at Danielle Nicole, a handbag company based in NYC joins Enterprise Radio in association with eNewYork. She says that the growth of the brand is because of its products, it speaks for itself.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Danielle DiFerdinando discuss the following:

  • Looking at your start, what inspired you to study fashion and design?
  • When did you realize you wanted to become a designer?
  • How have you grown your brand over the past six years?
  • What have been some of your challenges so far?
  • What’s next? What can we expect to see from Danielle Nicole in the future?

Duration: 8:28

Danielle DiFerdinando is a 25 year old entrepreneur who is the founder and lead designer at Danielle Nicole, a handbag company based in NYC. Her collections have sold at Bergdorf Goodman, Saks and Nordstrom’s. Her designs are regularly featured on NBC’s Today show and her “Sydney Shopper” tote was the official gift bag at Oprah’s O You! event last fall.

Since her launch in 2006, Danielle Nicole has been nominated for Best Handbag Design and Style for the Independent Handbag Awards. Danielle has given on-camera interviews with news Channel 8, “Let’s Talk Live” in Washington, D.C. and WJZ Channel 13 in Baltimore, MD. Most recently, she spoke at the Wharton School of Business on the topic of young entrepreneurship and on June 23rd she will be speaking at the Woman’s Empowerment Summit 2012 in New York City.

For more on Danielle DiFerdinando click here.

Related Web Site: danielle-nicole.com

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