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New uniforms for Targetfollow, thanks to Sue Stedman
Jun '09
Corporate clothing specialist, Sue Stedman Limited, has just completed the successful roll-out of a new company uniform for Targetfollow, a leading commercial property investment, management and development company specialising in city centres. Sue Stedman Ltd completed uniforms for over 60 wearers across the business after being selected by Targetfollow in January 2009.

The team at Sue Stedman Ltd worked closely with Targetfollow to develop a selection of proposals to meet their budget, timings and specific requirement of being able to offer staff a choice of uniforms that would fit within set guidelines. As a result, classically tailored suits were selected in plain navy and navy pinstripe, with crisp white shirts for male staff and a soft white top for female team members, which is paired with a company neck scarf and chrome scarf clip.

Helen Hart, Customer Services Manager, Targetfollow said: “We had a good idea of what we wanted to achieve with our corporate uniforms, however when we met with Sue Stedman and team, we were impressed by the range of additional options and ideas they put our way. They provided a clear understanding of what we were able to achieve within our required budget and timeframe, and once we agreed on our preference, they quickly got to work on the fulfilment. The uniforms look great and our staff are very pleased with how they look and fit.”

Sue Stedman, founder and director, Sue Stedman Limited said: “When working with a new client, we go through a rigorous planning process to completely understand their business. This helps us understand exactly what activities staff members typically undertake so we can recommend the most appropriate materials and garments that will stand up to the rigours of the job. We provided a range of options for Targetfollow and successfully rolled-out their selected uniforms to over sixty wearers earlier this month.”

Sue Stedman Limited

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