Incorporatewear are now entering their third decade. At the time of its inception, one of our former shareholders, Jeff Banks CBE, had already created the British Fashion Council, won British Designer of the Year, launched the BBC clothes show and founded Graduate Fashion Week London. He understood that a corporate uniform was necessary on a number of levels, however he was adamant it did not need to be boring. This continues to be a mantra which Incorporatewear embraces.
In 2014 Incorporatewear were acquired by Wesfarmers, a A$65bn publicly listed Australian Company, adding to the brands they already have within one of their subsidiary companies, the Workwear Group. They provide uniform brands such as Hard Yakka, King Gee, Totally WorkWear, Bates, Wolverine, Stubbies and NNT to some of the largest business in Australia and globally such as Quantas, Cathay Pacific, Emirates , Auspost and BUPA. The extensive range of clients and products ensures we are able to offer synergies and share intelligence regarding product, fabrics, innovation, routes and sectors. ICW was and continues to be a profitable business in its own right, but as part of Wesfamers, we have even greater strength and depth with a parent company that is investing in our growth. One example of this being the addition of a state of the art, paperless 25,000 square foot warehouse in January 2015, enabling us further to manage our clients capacity for transitional and future needs.