Tessa Battistin: Pursuing Sustainable Entrepreneurship After Graduating

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Tessa Battistin talks to the McGill Tribune about her experience pursuing sustainable and creative entrepreneurship coming out of McGill. Her silk-screening business, Asset Designs, produces tote bags carrying prints of her art and poetry. After graduating from McGill with a Bachelor of Arts in 2017, she founded the sustainable fashion brand Asset Designs, based in Montreal.

In this video, Battistan gives personal insight on the pursuing daunting exploit that is starting your own business right after graduating university.

Co-Produced and Edited by Bilal Virji
Co-Produced by Marie Labrosse

To learn more about Asset Designs and ethically-sourced clothing, check out Battistin’s own clothing swap and documentary screening at Maison Notman House on Feb. 22.