Wednesday, 5 October 2016 | Maureen
This is a question, or one much like it, that our team here at Total Workwear is asked on a fairly regular basis.
There is no single 'right' answer, except perhaps for one technical detail. We have occasionally been asked to use embroidery on items such as waterproof jackets. It's worth remembering that, no matter how good this may look, thanks to a process that involves stitching, such jackets are no longer completely waterproof! There is a way around this problem which involves a separate procedure but printed garments may be the sensible alternative in this situation.
Monday, 3 October 2016 | Geoff
Branded workwear has a number of advantages for your business, but it also has some benefits for the employees who wear it. It may seem surprising, but there are a few ways in which your employees gain from wearing work clothing that bears your company's logo.
Monday, 12 September 2016 | Geoff
These days, brand identity is everything. Customers like to be engaged by a story and see a unique identity they can build a rapport with, and that goes for the smallest of family firms as well as the largest of high street names. In an age where online reviews are instant, and people can swipe past your business in a fraction of a second, building a strong, identifiable brand can make all the difference to your company’s success.
Friday, 22 July 2016 | Geoff
Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, defined branding as “what other people say about you when you're not in the room,” and when it comes to workwear, that’s absolutely spot on. If you have engineers or delivery people - indeed, anyone who goes out to see customers - they are representing your company, just as much as reception staff or sales staff in your store, and it’s absolutely vital that they look the part.