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Incorporatewear appoints Shugi Kaur as Garment Technologist
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Oct '10
Corporate clothing company Incorporatewear has appointed Shugi Kaur as a garment technologist to support its growing portfolio of blue-chip clients.

Shugi, from Bagworth in Leicestershire, joins Coleshill-based Incorporatewear after two years with London outdoor clothing retailer Mountain Warehouse as a production co-ordinator.

Shugi graduated from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in 2006 with a BA Honours in Fashion Product Innovation with European Studies.

The appointment follows a number of new account wins and extended contracts for Incorporatewear, including Virgin Atlantic and easyJet.

Shugi will be responsible for creating and maintaining the technical specifications for garments, including size and fabric quality, from sample request to production, as well as processing special requests from customers.

Incorporatewear Director Chris Wood said: “We are committed to developing our service quality and support to customers, and this is one of a number of appointments we have made recently to strengthen our client support and production management team.”

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