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Incorporatewear Executive receives CIPS Qualification
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Feb '10
Tom Hancock, Supply Chain Manager at Incorporatewear, has recently been granted membership of the prestigious Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS). In order to gain full membership, Tom has studied for three years and has obtained his Foundation, Advanced and Graduate Diplomas.

CIPS is an international organisation, based in the UK, serving the purchasing and supply profession. Full Members are recognised internationally for their professional accomplishment.

Speaking of his membership and how it will affect his career in the future, Tom said,

“These are challenging times in the world of purchasing, but with these qualifications and my three years hands on experience at Incorporatewear I know I can continue to bring a high level of expertise to my job function. The Board at Incorporatewear has been incredibly supportive of my studies and I am keen to ensure that their investment is rewarded.”

Tom has been member of the management team at Incorporatewear for three years. Incorporatewear is a leading designer, supplier and managing agent of corporate clothing, workwear and uniform solutions supplying blue chip companies including Barclays Bank, HSBC, Jewsons, Balfour Beatty and Matalan.

Brian Lamb, Operations Director at Incorporatewear said, “We are very proud of Tom's achievement and congratulate him on his hard work. We are always keen to encourage and assist our team to gain qualifications, increase their level of expertise and ensure their skills are fully up to date.”

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