Make it British is going on tour to Manchester next month with its Make it British Forum on ‘How to build a made in Britain brand’.
Taking place on 2 November from 9.30am – 5pm at the Manchester Business School, attendees will learn how to master making in the UK, even if they’ve never been to a factory.
The one-day forum will provide delegates with the knowledge and expertise required to successfully manufacture, promote and sell a brand that is made in Britain.
A host of industry experts, together with an inspiring line up of brand owners and manufacturers who understand what it takes to successfully negotiate the UK manufacturing supply chain, will be on hand to offer advice.
Sara Prowse, CEO of Hotter Shoes, the largest footwear manufacturer in the UK, will be talking about what made in Britain really means to her customers
Mat Booth, founder of Both Barrels, will focus on why simplicity is key when building a brand made in the
UK English Fine Cottons will be on hand to talk about how the first cotton spinning mill in the UK for decades now affords businesses the opportunity to have a totally British supply chain
Isabelle Ugochukwu, the inspirational founder behind the Isabella Queen handbag brand, will give an honest account of what it’s really like to launch a British-made brand
Mike Stoll, co-owner of Manchester-based brand and factory Private White, will be giving the low-down on what it takes to develop a great partnership with your manufacturer
Denise Pearson, of leather goods manufacturer Deni-Deni will be joining our manufacturing panel – which is your opportunity to quiz some of the UK’s best fashion and accessory manufacturers
Charlotte Meek from The Stitch Society will be imparting some great advice for those wanting to go down the route of setting up their own manufacturing unit
Ross Barr-Holland, will explain how his award winning British label Ross Barr has got off to such a flying start with the press and buyers
Click here to book tickets.