Charlotte Jay : Head of Business Development
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The planning and strategic development of new business. Understanding potential clients, what is key to their own strategic development plans, and their greater business wide emphasis so I can approach them at the right level, at the right time and with an opportunity that is relevant to help them achieve their own goals.
Incorporatewear is the UK’s premier provider of corporate clothing, and although not the largest, we are more flexible and adaptable than many of our competitors. Previously tenders were solely price driven, but in today’s demanding economic climate, organisations are recognising that this can no longer be the sole driver for selecting new suppliers. Recent new wins have been focused on the level of service and the essential requirement to get a quality garments to the right person, ethically, economically and efficiently.
To compete in today’s market and ensure we are here tomorrow to service the contracts, I am having to be more selective about the clients we approach. Our core strengths are in the supply of quality tailored wear with the ability to deliver quickly, offering clients complete support through the provision of a comprehensive ‘one stop shop’ sourcing solution and to provide all their corporate clothing and workwear needs, even sourcing ice tongs and clothing care kits.
Incorporatewear offers a unique approach to the provision of corporate clothing and workwear, the results of which are visible through the people wearing our clothing in retailers and banks on the high streets, tour operators, aircraft ground staff and cabin crew, train and bus drivers across the UK and globally. Incorporatewear achieves this through its flexible and client centred solutions.