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Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show to focus on sustainability
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Mar '09
In the grips of a recession, it's important that staff feel valued, confident and motivated to perform to optimum levels. One way of ensuring this is to provide comfortable, fit-for-purpose work clothing.

In customer-facing scenarios, corporate clothing also brings the benefit of brand reinforcement, whilst employees involved in work that is in any way hazardous must be provided with suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), a market sector that is populated by EU directives and legislation.

Show Description
Now in it's second year, The Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show (NEC, 1 & 2 April) covers all aspects of working wardrobes, from the garments themselves and the accessories (those comfortable Crocs can now be bought for business purposes), to the hi-tech fabrics and other components of the garments, the systems used to store and distribute the clothing, laundering, identification (badges) and much, much more.

Exhibitor Profile
With over 70 exhibitors (a 20% increase on 2008) the event will showcase a range of names in the corporate clothing industry including Arco, CAT Apparel, CORDURA Fabric, Crocs, Engel Workwear, Helly Hansen, incorporatewear, Prêt Apparel, Russell Europe, Skechers, Syscom plc, Thomas Fattorini and William Sugden and Sons Limited.

Visitors will be able to see the latest garments both on the stands and in the catwalk show, learn of the latest services and gain the latest industry knowledge from the show's own conference, which focuses on sustainability.

Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show

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