Thank you for organising the above event which ran superbly. Not only were we very pleased with the organisation, every one of the artistes went out of their way to ensure that we had an excellent evening. In summary, I am delighted that we used the services of your organisation and artistes and would not hesitate in recommending your services to others.
Keltic Ties believe presenting the right image in business is essential in the modern world. You want those who represent your company to be well turned out in a smart suit in order to give the best impression from the outset. Similarly, front of house staff who greet the public in a variety of establishments or organisations also need to be well presented to create the best impression.
Some companies are flexible with regards to their staff’s attire whereas others may have rather strict rules, in some cases supplying their staff’s clothing in order to ensure uniformity across the board. Company ties or silk scarves are one way in which a company or organisation may choose to present a uniform appearance to all their staff, and this is often adopted in the hospitality and leisure industries. Many hotel chains or travel agencies have bespoke ties or other styles of custom neck-wear manufactured which bears a companies corporate colours and in some cases, the company logo too.
This puts across a great impression. So much so that the practice is not limited to the hospitality and leisure industries. Many large companies or organisations prefer to have their staff wearing a custom made company tie. Known in the textile industry as corporate ties, these are manufactured in bulk to a custom design which is often provided by the buyer. It is not uncommon however for a tie manufacturer to assist in the design of corporate ties, or to create the design from scratch on behalf of a company or organisation.
Having what is called an ‘under-knot’ logo on a tie is probably the most popular design element for corporate ties. As opposed to the logo being lower down towards the tip of the tie’s blade, the ‘under-knot’ logo remains visible when a jacket or blazer is buttoned up, or where a v-necked jumper is worn. Alternatively, the logo can be woven throughout the fabric in what is called a ‘shadow-weave’. These design aspects may also be coupled with horizontal, vertical or diagonal stripes, and if required, the company name or a slogan can also be incorporated into the design.
Bow ties, clip on ties and silk scarves, each bearing the same design elements as a company tie may also be manufactured should a traditional tie may not be suitable for all members of staff. Again, in a corporate setting this puts across a professional image to customers and business associates alike and creates a great impression right from the outset.
Welcome all, to the new and improved Norman Phillips Organisation web site!
This newly minted site will retain all of the features you appreciate at www.normanphillips.co.uk, but additionally, you will notice easier navigation, new features and exciting new content for the next generation of web users. we are always looking to improve so if you have any questions or things you would like to see, don’t be shy and get in touch.
Some features of the new site include:
We invite everyone to explore and use our exciting new site, and hope that the changes we implement this month will help carry the Norman Phillips Organisation brand forward. Let us know what you think at webmaster[at]normanphillips.co.uk.