Features

“It’s a big yes from us”

Stitch & Print of Wigton in Cumbria has been a loyal customer of DecoNetwork for the past 10 years. Richard Mattinson explains why he won’t use any other web to print business platform. Lake District local Richard, purchased the Stitch & Print business back in 2004. With his former industry …

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The educated choice

After finding a gap in the market following the withdrawal of Dickies from the UK, Adrian Burton of South East Workwear, set about creating his own workwear brand. The result – Oxford Workwear. Here he speaks with P&P editor Melanie Attlesey about the garments, the launch and more. Q. First …

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One of a kind

Garment decorators come in all shapes and sizes. There is no stereotype that can be made. P&P editor Melanie Attlesey speaks with Mike Cadman of Murgens Keep, who is certainly one of a kind. Mike is the kind of man who would look better placed fronting a heavy metal band …

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A digital print revolution in the making

Snuggle was the first decorator in the UK to install the OvalJet. Here P&P editor Melanie Attlesey speaks to company director, Shabbir Maimoon, to get his thoughts on the new digital printing carousel. Q. When was the OvalJet installed and how did you find the installation process? A. The OvalJet …

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Front Row & Co. celebrates 30th anniversary

The original leisurewear brand – adapted, reimagined and redefined for today’s fast-changing market – Front Row & Co. celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Here, brand manager, Elaine Fyfe, looks back at what made Front Row the iconic brand it is today and the secret to standing the test of …

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Workwear through the ages: from then to now

Workwear has changed significantly over time. Here Tyesha Muncaster, digital marketing executive at Cobra Workwear, looks at how specific work uniforms have developed through the ages, from then to now. Over time, workwear has changed significantly. As materials have become more accessible and technology has advanced, it makes sense that this would …

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The future of school uniform purchasing is online

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is that online retail is here to stay, and that is no different for the supply of schoolwear. Philip Linz, director of school uniform at The School Uniform Specialists, outlines his thoughts on the future of school uniform purchasing. For decades schoolwear …

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A licence to… print!

Two years ago, David MacAskill wanted a change in career and so launched his own printing business. Now the former teacher is fully licensed to print military clothing and merchandise. P&P editor Melanie Attlesey finds out more. For many teaching is a calling and a career for life, so it …

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Start-up in 2021

P&P editor Melanie Attlesey sat down for an exclusive interview with Phil McMullin, UK sales manager Pro Graphics, Epson UK, to find out more about what the company is doing to help start-up businesses in the UK during 2021. For workers in any sector, the coronavirus pandemic meant last year …

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Supporting your business

On Thursday, January 14, the team at AWDis hosted their very first webinar, with the aim of explaining how they can support your business. Here we run through what you missed out on. Back in the autumn AWDis launched its business support team with the aim of supporting garment decorators …

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