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We know the British weather is unpredictable, but there are forecasts for some great weather between the end of August and September – so that means covering up your head if you want to stay comfortable – and safe.
Wearing a hat is the best way to protect your head and eyes from the sun’s UV rays – the rays that are essential in small doses for production of vitamin D, but in longer doses can mean harmful skin damage and potential problems in the future.Read More
It may sound obvious, but colour is vital. First of all, the colour has to inspire confidence. That may not be as ‘empty’ as it sounds. There’s so much research into the subject, and it’s well-known that dark colours inspire confidence and authority, whilst lighter colours make the wearer appear fresher and younger. This may be a good choice for beauticians and those involved in alternative therapies like sports massage.Read More
Casual workwear is found in environments where practical clothing is appropriate to allow people to do their job, but where they still need to be identifiable. Places like
1) Bars and restaurants
3) The security industry
4) Gardening and landscaping companies
5) Dog grooming parlours etc…
If you’re working in an environment that is hazardous, then a flame-resistant suit is one of the first things your company will probably issue you. This is more than likely to carry the company logo and name, and sometimes the worker’s name too. This personalisation not only acts as good advertising for the company, but in the unfortunate event of an accident, it allows rescue workers to identify the wearer.
Generally, it’s industrial or construction companies that would require this type of flame-resistant workwear. These are environments where a small mistake may result in a disastrous incident, so fire safety is paramount.Read More
All year long, the exhibition trade is in full swing. Christmas products in July, lifestyle exhibitions, mobility goods, food and drink, entertainment, transport and travel – you name it – there’s a show to cover it. But how do you make sure you stand out from your competitors in order to really make an impact? The exhibition scene may be a great platform from which to meet potential new customers (as well as catching up with the old ones), but it’s vital to get the whole approach right, from the very beginningRead More
The weather is getting warmer, so it’s time to consider a change of workwear for your staff. That could mean t-shirts for the personal trainers in your gym, polo shirts for your event staff or something a bit more exotic for a team of promotions girls at a festival!
At Agentis Workwear, we’ve a huge selection of workwear t-shirts, in so many styles it’s mind-boggling. Here are just a few of the combinations we offer:
Not every company will benefit from workwear, but many will do. If your company falls into any of the categories below, then we’d recommend branded workwear to help improve everything from customer recognition through to staff morale and beyond.
This is fairly logical. If one of your company representatives is visiting customers at home – whether that’s to read their gas meter or deliver a package, then being instantly recognisable is very important. It helps customers make quick identifications and validate your staff members’ visit. This inspires confidence in the customer, making them feel safer and more receptive.
A logo is part of company branding – a really important element that performs many services.
A great logo will instantly tell someone your company name, or what you’re about. It potentially could tell your customers what you do or have to offer. It’s a lot to ask a small design, but if you get it right it could pay fantastic dividends.
Whether it’s Birmingham, Bristol, London or Paris – keeping your establishment in the public eye (and consciousness) is paramount.
With so much competition (think brasseries, bars, eateries, delis, cafes, restaurants, coffee shops, cocktail bars, pubs, hotels, b&bs… the list goes on)…… just how do you make differentiate yourself from the others?
We’ve all seen programmes like the Alex Polizzi’s Hotel Inspector, and Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, where the star goes in and exposes the company’s failings – leaving us aghast that so many of the basics aren’t being taken care of. Things like who does what, how are the accounts being taken care of, why aren’t the staff being managed properly and what about the food hygiene? But after these essentials are taken care of, we at Agentis, reckon it’s all about creating a memorable and professional image with bespoke workwear.Read More
There are multiple surveys showing how wearing a uniform can pull a team together – whatever their purpose. Just think of football, for example. You’re on the terraces, cheering on your team, surrounded by thousands of others who look like you do. You’re part of one big unit, and it feels great!
The same applies the entire world over - whether it’s a school uniform, a sports kit, workwear or leisure wear – being part of one ‘tribe’ is a bonding experience like no other.
There are lots of reasons to consider a uniform at work, and as Birmingham’s main workwear supplier, we’ve seen over and over again, how it benefits everything from your branding, through to employee behaviour.
Here are our top eight reasons you should consider workwear, for your employees