With her success with KNC Beauty, Kristen Noel Crawley is gearing up to launch an educational Zoom program to inspire entrepreneurs in the beauty industry.
Entitled the KNC School of Beauty, the program is set to start on July 14 and will "provide four semesters of free information on entrepreneurship, facing adversity, social media, and marketing and strategic partnerships and investors." The quasi-semesters of the program will be broken up into four virtual classes, with Crawley and other beauty founders such as Nancy Twine, Trinity Mouzon, and Melissa Butler sharing their experiences in the beauty industry.
The plan is to help entrpreneurs know more about product development, and one student will come out the other end of the experience with a $10,000 grant. "This is an opportunity for me to give BIPOC female business owners a platform to interact with inspiring and emerging business like- minded students," she wrote on Instagram upon announcing the program. "Tuition is free because I said so and I have asked my longtime partner Revlon to donate on behalf of the school to the NAACP legal defense. We have so many other fun surprises and opportunities that will be announced in the coming days and weeks."
Registration for the program is expected to open in the coming weeks.