In case you didn’t notice, the year is now 2019. If you didn’t notice then quite frankly you must have had some New Year’s Eve party. For many of us, 2019 has started in a similar way to previous years. Fireworks, bad heads, going back to work, knowing what day it is again and of course, making our New Year’s resolutions.
Your logo will help you build a strong core to your brand identity, which is why it is pivotal for any business to create an attractive, unique and memorable logo. If not, it could drive potential customers away, regardless of how good the products or services you provide may be.
Every year, colour experts Pantone announce their Colour of the Year. While some of you may think this isn’t particularly relevant for your business, you would be mistaken. More often than not, when Pantone announce their colour of the year, that colour proves to be at the forefront of world trend and design for the rest of the year.
Consumers will be judging your business on everything. While providing a quality service should be at the forefront of what you are doing, it doesn’t ensure a successful brand image. The way employees are dressed, your website, your logo, your slogan, your business ethics etc are all factors that need to be addressed to build a positive brand image. It conveys a more professional appearance to your business.
There is a growing trend, especially amongst tech companies, of relaxing the dress code and allowing employees to wear more casual attire. But does allowing your workforce to wear more relaxed, casual clothing lead to a more relaxed and casual attitude when they are at work? Some people certainly think so.
There are many benefits of having your company’s logo embroidered onto company t-shirts and other attire. First and foremost, it helps you create a clear identity and brand. Embroidering your logo will help you stand out from the crowd and will get the attention of your audience.
Using printed t-shirts could be a great way to boost your business’ marketing campaign. It is a simple concept, but if you do it correctly, it will have positive repercussions for you and your business.
How hard do you try to gain awareness for your cause? It’s important for your chosen charity to get noticed. A popular way to raise awareness is getting your charity all over your clothes.
When visiting London there is so much you can do to keep you busy day after day. In addition to visiting those standard tourist spots like Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London and more, be sure to find time to also visit the Victoria and Albert Museum which has recently made the headlines with their incredibly popular David Bowie exhibition.
X Factor has been a staple of Saturday night viewing ever since it first arrived on our TVs way back in 2004 .Although, much of the media's attention has been centred on the outbursts of self proclaimed rapper Honey G, there have been some fantastic performances from the likes of Matt Terry, 5 After Midnight and Emily Middlemas. Right in the mix of these group of great performers is Coxhoe's own; Sam Lavery...
Unless you're living in a cave, you're going to be aware of just who Vodafone are. The telecommunication giants have grown to become one of the biggest in the world, operating in 26 countries with partner networks in more than 50 additional countries and we have recently had the opportunity to provide them with a number of personalised garments.
When it comes to global media outlets, there aren't many bigger than The New York Times. Having recently made huge headlines with the release of the financial information of Presidential candidate Donald Trump, Workwear Express were approached by NY Times to provide them with a number of printed t-shirts.
The success of Team GB in this year's Olympics has propelled hockey to the forefront of public discussion. The Indian summer Great British hockey comes on the back of many years of hard work by athletes and coaching staff to develop athletes from an early age. England Hockey are one such organisation working at grassroots level on a daily basis and find out about the printed t-shirts we've recently provided them with to help them in that cause...
Getting voted the best online supermarket in the UK by Which? readers every single year since 2010 isn't something that just comes naturally. Find out what about the promotional clothing we've recently produced for Ocado as they continue to inspire and innovate young minds.
Ben Hooper was once a policemen in Wiltshire, working hard to make the streets of Swindon a safer place. Now Ben has traded his police uniform for a swim suit as he's set to become the first person to swim across the Atlantic Ocean later this year. Find out how Workwear Express to help him with this great challenge...