Incorporatewear has a new general manager in the form of Steve Ciuffini.
Mr Ciuffini is an experienced corporate clothing executive with more than 15 years’ experience in the industry. He replaces Mike Tozer, one of the company’s founders.
Mr Ciuffini first worked for Incorporatewear from 2000 to 2005 when he established national accounts with blue chip organisations. He returned last year as head of international accounts and, in his new role, will continue to drive the company forward with plans for substantial growth.
He said: “It is important to continue to deliver the strategic development of the business while ensuring that our core DNA of design and innovation remain at the forefront of the services offered to our clients. Incorporatewear has a rock solid foundation and an outstanding reputation for customer engagement.
“Following a change of ownership, we have made substantial investment in new warehousing and service solutions. Moving forward, my aim is to develop our status as the supplier of choice for major UK and overseas companies who recognise the value of a fully managed corporate clothing service.”
Incorporatewear was recently purchased Wesfarmers. It supplies corporate uniforms to blue chip organisations, including Marks and Spencer and Nationwide.
Earlier in the year, Incorporatewear opened a new warehouse which has quadrupled its capacity to manage growing demand.