Leeds-based The business enterprise Wear Company, gives corporate wear to some raft of clients, grew by 42 per cent not too long ago and it is forecasting sales approaching 6 million in 2016, attracting a 60,000 Business Loan from Finance Yorkshire.
The investment will support several initiatives from the business, including IT improvements allow online ordering, and extra warehouse facilities.
Bought due to administration in the year 2011 by industry veteran Nick Atkinson and Swedish clothing maker Gote David, the corporation Wear Company turned over 2.7 million not too long ago, and because of having recently secured two major contracts, is forecasting development of around 120 per cent in 2016.
Since acquiring The business enterprise Wear Company in the year 2011, in the move which saved over 20 jobs, the management team has blazed a trail through the industry, securing contracts with big industry names, and focusing squarely on first class design, quality and repair.
Two recently-won contracts with Compass and Ireland-based Noonan will dsicover the firm, which now has a 34-strong workforce, supply tens of thousands of staff with corporate wear over 36 months.
Managing director Nick Atkinson said: “We look at what’s crucial to each of our customers; namely great in-house design, excellent service and ultimately an outstanding product. This method has ensured consistent growth since 2011, and we’re grateful for Finance Yorkshire’s assistance in your continued success.”
Finance Yorkshire’s John Ellis said: “Thanks for the hitting the ground with a powerful senior management team along with the recently won contracts The organization Wear Business is now wanting to a timescale of unparalleled growth. The figures speak in their own business, and we’re happy to include the business simply because it enjoys a really remarkable renaissance.”