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Mascot unveils comprehensive mix & match workwear line
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Jul '14
Mascot presents a comprehensive workwear range suited to both craftsmen and industry. The new two-tone workwear has grown to now be available in eight colour combinations, and 23 product variants, in different fabric qualities providing multiple opportunities for variation.
 
Companies of all sizes are realising the power of workwear to create the right impression externally. By incorporating corporate colours and logos, staff can become brand ambassadors while companies can distinguish themselves from the competition. For example, energy companies use this option to set themselves apart as a supplier in a highly competitive market.
 
There isn’t just a trend amongst wearers of workwear to take more care in their appearance – also at the enterprise level, companies are preferring a more uniform and professional look, as well as the ability to create additional brand awareness. 
 
Companies can create a more bespoke look that reflects their corporate identity at an affordable price and in response to this demand MASCOT WORKEAR in 2013 introduced MASCOT UNIQUE. 
 

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