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Incorporatewear MD is judge for ASBCI prize
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Aug '11
Incorporatewear, the UK's premier corporate-wear supplier, is an enthusiastic member of The Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI) whose annual Students' Dissertation Prize for 2011, sponsored by Marks & Spencer, is already well under way.

Nominations have been received from entrants studying fashion, design and textile management across the UK and judging is taking place across the summer.

Chris Wood, Managing Director of Incorporatewear, is again a member of this year's judging panel - which comprises representatives from the academic, retail and clothing consultancy sectors - and is delighted to be involved.

“Incorporatewear was involved in judging the competition for the first time last year,” explains Chris, “and the standard of nominations was exceptionally high which made finding a winner all the more challenging. As such I'm very much looking forward to reading this year's entries, which I expect to be just as inventive, thought-provoking, and academically rigorous.”

Incorporatewear is steadfast in its support of the future leaders of the UK fashion and textile industry, in addition to the broader work of the ASBCI, and the company believes actively supporting such events is the best way of demonstrating this commitment.

History would certainly suggest that Incorporatewear's involvement is well-founded as previous years' dissertations have dwelt on the development of technical fabrics, design trends and environmental and sustainability issues: all areas which sit at the very heart of the firm's innovative philosophy.

Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI)


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