With the upcoming release of its new brochure and the 2021 Schoolwear Show fast approaching, Banner wants to show how working in partnership with customers will help everyone to move forward from a challenging 18 months.
The disruption and delays to supply chains have had a huge impact on Banner, customers and the schools and parents the team serves. This has played a huge part in the disruptions to the Back to School service and Banner understands how frustrating this will have been for retailers.
With lessons learnt from a challenging 18 months and the on-going global supply delays, Banner is determined to deliver a leading service and are more conscious than ever of working in partnership with customers to get ahead of the curve. With these goals in mind, Banner is working to become a hub of invaluable information in the areas of sustainability and tendering – supporting customers and their businesses.
Sustainability is one of Banner’s top priorities as it works to offer a ‘head-to-toe in eco’ uniform by 2025. With 2022 seeing over 50 new eco products added to its offering, Banner isn’t far off its goal. To help customers, Banner offers extensive information along with its eco products – helping retailers to communicate this to existing and prospective schools and their students.
Hand-in-hand with sustainability comes the support that Banner offers to retailers tendering to retain and win business with schools. This is increasingly important as the DofE bill regarding cost of uniform comes into play. To support customers, Banner offers a library of informative documents that provide retailers with all they might need for a successful tender.
With all this in the works, Banner is looking forward to welcoming customers at this year’s Schoolwear Show and excited to showcase what’s in-store for 2022.