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Status: Funded

When it comes to looking good these guys have it covered. Select Uniforms already has the confidence of multiple customers who have contracts in place for its line of bespoke uniforms. The company is now looking for investment to increase profits by manufacturing its own shirt ranges.

Established in 1997, the company has seen consistent growth, attracting interest and garnering contracts from council managed bus companies and haulage firms (to name but a few). Select Uniforms’ predominant business is offering a measure and personalisation service. The company is currently generating £27,000 a-month income of which £4,000 is profit.

The loan is to fund production of a new shirt range at a factory in China which has been both visited and vetted by the company. Previous business loans taken out by Select Uniforms have been paid back in full without any defaults.


Mike Oldroyd operations director at Hanson Logistic: ““The result was that we have made a large saving, our staff look the part and the garments are top quality.”

Thamesdown Transport Ltd , London Borough of Bexley: “We carried out a wearer trial with Select Uniforms for six months and were very impressed with the overall service they offered. The garments offer good value for money, but the level of personal service and innovative approach to uniform issue convinced us to commit to Select Uniforms for three years. It’s refreshing to place an order and know the guys will be wearing it in 10 days’ time”

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Funding progress

  • £41,250
  • 103%
    of goal
  • Funded
    17 Nov 2014


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    20 Aug 14 Funding Tree £41,250 / 103%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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