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How to Plan Your Corporate Apparel in 3 Simple Steps

To get some inspiration for your corporate apparel, try looking at all sorts of different kinds of clothing.

There are so many pieces of evidence supporting uniforms and other forms of corporate apparel for employees to wear. They instill a sense of unity, pride, community, and a welcoming feeling for any individual lucky enough to join your team. But getting started with a corporate apparel program might seem difficult for any business owner. For those who aren’t designers or well versed in the psychology of corporate appeal, this might seem a little daunting. But getting started with a uniform or corporate apparel program isn’t really as hard as you would think… in fact, it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

Step 1: Find Desired Features and Services

The most critical question you can ask yourself when getting started in finding corporate apparel or uniforms is this: What do I and my business want to get out of it? Do I want increased corporate appeal? Do I want something that benefits my employees, like an apron design? Or do I want to increase brand awareness overall using my corporate apparel? These questions are necessary when finding which forms of uniforms are right for your company or business. It’s also important to think about if you want to pursue a rental service or a purchasing service for apparel. Once you’ve brainstormed enough to formulate a basic plan, then you can move on making a list of “Musts” and “Maybes,” musts being an absolute requirement for the uniform and maybes being a nice addition, but not required in case of budget restraints or other issues. 

Step 2: Decide on Branding Basics

If you already have a basic brand scheme thought out, cool! You can skip this step entirely or use it for advice if considering an update or refresh. The next step in the creation process is to create uniform drafts that align with your brand as a whole. Think about what colors, logos, and themes you have decided work best to represent your company, and try to apply that as best you can to your corporate apparel. You should have a variety of corporate appeal tailored to your professions, such as jackets for colder weather and short sleeves for hot, summer days. 

Step 3: Finding an Appropriate Corporate Apparel Vendor and Program

Now is the time to contact a uniform provider like Ace Uniform to create your desired corporate apparel for you. While you wait for the uniforms to be finished, it’s a great time to figure out how the uniforms will be distributed. For example, will all employees automatically receive uniforms on hire, or will they need to be purchased beforehand? These are all valid points to ponder on when planning your corporate apparel service plan. 

Uniform Services from Ace Uniform

To give your business a clean, professional, and cohesive look, rely on Ace Uniform. Whether you need uniforms in the food, automotive, industrial, construction, medical, security, or you-name-it industry, we can provide you with the uniforms you need for the price you want. We can also supply your business with high-quality mats and towels. On top of that, Ace offers facility services that can help keep your business place clean and safe. Give us a call at 1-800-366-1616 or visit us online to learn how we can help meet your needs. Want to get to know us even better? Visit us on social media on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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