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Marks & Spencer teams up with Slick Stitch on personalisation

Marks & Spencer has teamed up with the Slick Stitch garment embellishment and personalisation fulfilment businesses on its newly launched personalised product line. The Wolverhampton based… View Article

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Marks & Spencer teams up with Slick Stitch on personalisation

Marks & Spencer has teamed up with the Slick Stitch garment embellishment and personalisation fulfilment businesses on its newly launched personalised product line.

The Wolverhampton based business will support M&S in supplying its customer base with a range of personalised fashion and home products that will be available online for peak seasonal events like Christmas and Easter.

Advised by Michael Stace (pictured) of Browne Jacobson on its arrangements with M&S, the business has experienced rapid growth in the last 18 months following on from a number of acquisitions including, Direct Clothing , Dollymix Boutique, Molly & Monty and Andrew Hyde.

Slick Stitch chief executive Inder Jain said: “Slick Stitch already have an impressive client portfolio and that’s down to our trusted reputation to supply high quality product personalisation on a completely flexible scale tailored to each of our clients so we are delighted to add M&S to the portfolio and support them on further building this exciting offering.”

Stace added: “With the personalised product market currently being estimated to be worth over £1 billion in the UK, we are seeing a trend for more high street retailers to offer this personal service and Slick Stitch are certainly leaders in this field.”

 

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