40 fundamentals to delivering extraordinary uniform ROI

Murray Uniform webinars

Do you need to make your uniform work harder for your business? Is bespoke the best solution? What are the latest manufacturing trends?

About this Event

NEW speaker announced: Chiara Galimberti, Business Development Director for leading recycling specialist Worn Again.

Current market pressures and uncertainty has created a challenging environment for any business to deliver BIG returns on investment, let alone EXTRAORDINARY returns.

In this unique webinar series, we delve straight into the core fundamentals that will enable you to deliver greater returns on your own business’s uniform program.

We share market insights that drive profitable manufacturing, as well as specific data on what wearers want and need from their corporate uniform and workwear, as well as how their current uniform impacts their wellbeing.

Don’t miss this unique webinar series. 

To register for the Murray Uniforms webinar series, visit the link, www.eventbrite.co.uk

In more detail…

14th October, 11.00am to 11.45am – Is Bespoke Better? A Focus on Manufacturing

In this second session of the 40 Fundamental series, we explore; What are the key fundamentals to how bespoke can move the needle on ROI, The latest manufacturing trends, The impact of COVID-19 on manufacturing, Innovations in fabric development and much more

11th November, 11.00am to 11.45am – How do I deliver a profitable uniform programme?

Our third webinar we delve into the detail of how to deliver a profitable uniform programme; how data and design drive profit, why engage wearers and how, sourcing and implementation of new garments – and more.

9th December, 11.00am to 11.45am – How do I deliver a sustainable uniform programme?

NEW speaker announced: Chiara Galimberti, Business Development Director for leading recycling specialist Worn Again.

The last in our 40 Fundamentals series focuses on the sustainability of uniform and the impact on the environment, the essential circular economy of uniform and if prevention is better than a cure when it comes to landfill waste. We also take a look at how uniform wearers feel about sustainability when it comes to their corporate uniform.

Don’t miss out!

Do you need to make your uniform work harder for your business? Is bespoke the best solution? What are the latest manufacturing trends?

About this event.

New speaker announced: Chiara Galimberti, Business Development Director for leading recycling specialist Worn Again.

Current market pressures and uncertainty has created a challenging environment for any business to deliver BIG returns on investment, let alone EXTRAORDINARY returns.

In this unique webinar series, we delve straight into the core fundamentals that will enable you to deliver greater returns on your own business’s uniform program.

We share market insights that drive profitable manufacturing, as well as specific data on what wearers want and need from their corporate uniform and workwear, as well as how their current uniform impacts their wellbeing.

Don’t miss this unique webinar series.

In more detail…

14th October, 11.00am to 11.45am – Is Bespoke Better? A Focus on Manufacturing

In this second session of the 40 Fundamental series, we explore; What are the key fundamentals to how bespoke can move the needle on ROI, The latest manufacturing trends, The impact of COVID-19 on manufacturing, Innovations in fabric development and much more

11th November, 11.00am to 11.45am – How do I deliver a profitable uniform programme?

Our third webinar we delve into the detail of how to deliver a profitable uniform programme; how data and design drive profit, why engage wearers and how, sourcing and implementation of new garments – and more.

9th December, 11.00am to 11.45am – How do I deliver a sustainable uniform programme?

NEW speaker announced: Chiara Galimberti, Business Development Director for leading recycling specialist Worn Again.

The last in our 40 Fundamentals series focuses on the sustainability of uniform and the impact on the environment, the essential circular economy of uniform and if prevention is better than a cure when it comes to landfill waste. We also take a look at how uniform wearers feel about sustainability when it comes to their corporate uniforms.

About Murray Uniforms

Murray Uniforms have been designing and manufacturing clothing since 1919 (see our heritage timeline), so it’s safe to say we know a thing or two about garment manufacturing.

Our business has a unique approach to uniform – we understand that uniform has a job to do, not just for the brand and health & safety, but also for the wellbeing and performance of the workforce.

We go further than just our set of beliefs; in 2019, we commissioned Coventry University, to develop a research study on How Wearing a Uniform to Work Impacts a Person in Their Role? We now know how and why uniform impacts staff and where the focus needs to be to improve happiness and productivity of staff in their roles.

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