“The last few years have been extraordinarily challenging for the entire corporate clothing sector.” says Chris Wood, Incorporatewear’s Managing Director, “Nonetheless, Incorporatewear has continued to adapt its business model and attract new clients through continuing high levels of service; an agile supply chain; and by embracing innovative solutions.
“Incorporatewear grew in 2012 by attracting new business with Virgin Money, M&S Bank, Thomson Airways and Costa Coffee.” explains Chris. “Just as importantly, however, we’ve managed to retain our major established clients, such as Virgin Airlines, Nationwide and HSBC, who have provided the company with such magnificent support over the years.”
In conjunction with Jeff Banks CBE, Incorporatewear has already started their new financial year strongly by being appointed the design partner for Avis Budget Car Rental worldwide.
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