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Ed Grigg joins the PCIAW Board of Directors

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Lydia’s PSPA Charity Day!

“PSP is a horrendous disease that has changed my family’s life, but it’s days like today that give you the courage to carry on smiling.” – Lydia Yesterday Lydia held a charity day to fundraise for PSPA (Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Association) a charity very close to Lydia’s heart. In less than 2 months Lydia will…

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Employee Engagement Survey

Employee Engagement Every 2 years we complete a staff survey to gain valuable feedback on a range of topics including staff engagement, growth and development. The survey is a group-wide initiative and was therefore completed by all employees from around the world who work within the various Wesfarmers companies including Incorporatewear. Whilst there is always…

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Pitti Uomo Design Fair

Our design team visited the Pitti Uomo design fair in Florence this month, focusing on men’s style and fashion. We asked designer Kayleigh how they got on. Did you enjoy it? Loved it! The streetstyle was like nothing I have ever seen. They dress up every day and are very pose-y, they are just waiting…

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Marathon Update!

Marathon Mission! We caught up with our marathon runner Lydia to see how her training is going! With less than 100 days to go how is she feeling about the big day? How is your training going? It’s tough, really tough! Overall it’s going well but it’s becoming more full on as it gets closer….

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One-To-One With…

Account Administrator We get an insight into the account administrator life from Jess Stone, learning about the challenges she faces and the highlights of her role. When did you join Incorporatewear? I started as a temporary employee in September 2016 assisting with calls and order inputting. Within 2 months I was given a 6 month…

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ICW Fundraising in 2017

Charity Fundraising As a business we support many different charities throughout the year through various fundraising events such as coffee mornings, bake sales, raffles and dress down days. Our last fundraising event of the year was for Crisis at Christmas who are a charity fundraising for the homeless. We raised an amazing £800 which meant…

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Food Bank Donation

Christmas Food Bank Donation 13 Million people live below the poverty line in the UK, with individuals going hungry every day for a range of reasons, from benefit delays to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. The Trussell Trust partners with local communities to help stop UK hunger by supporting food banks across…

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Technical Intern

Our First Technical Intern Though we have had numerous design interns, Charlotte was our first technical intern assisting our product development team. She heard about the internship opportunity through a family member who works as one of our Account Managers, and was with us for 5 weeks. Charlotte has just finished her Fashion Design and…

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ICW Marathon Runner

London Marathon 2018 The hugely popular event, held every Spring in the capital has raised over £450 million for charity since it’s establishment in 1981. It also holds the Guinness world record as the largest annual fundraising event in the world! Lydia, one of our account manager is bravely tackling the gruelling 26.2 miles in…

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Mental Health

R U Ok?

Mental Health Awareness With World Mental Health day earlier this week it is appropriate to raise awareness in the work place and highlight the support that we provide. Incorporatewear and our parent company WWG in Australia are committed to providing support to all employees. Although the ‘R U Ok?’ charity and initiative is Australian based…

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Charity Day

Charity Day We recently held our annual charity day to raise money for two incredibly worthwhile charities; Macmillan Cancer Support and Jeans for Genes. Across both of our sites we had food sales, games, tea trolleys and many other fun fundraising activities. In traditional MacMillan fashion – there were lots (and lots) of cakes! Altogether…

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