How Corporate Uniform Programs Work

How Corporate Uniform Programs Work

When a large company decides to investigate corporate uniform programs they need someone who can get them the best products at the best prices. They call a professional distributor who works directly with a uniform manufacturer. By selling through distributors the buyer and the manufacturer are able to plan properly for the most economical and successful outcome. 

Executive Apparel Distributors are most knowledgeable about corporate uniform programs. They guide uniform buyers through the entire development process. Buyers like to work with distributors to eliminate some of the guesswork and valuable time. Working with distributors can also save money. Executive Apparel distributors are experts in their field who strive to simplify the development process for buyers.

If you are interested in buying wholesale uniforms for your group click here to be connected with a distributor. Qualified apparel distributors will find a wealth of information about Executive Apparel Distributorships on this site. Read on to learn more about working with Executive Apparel. 

Manufacturer. Distributor. Buyer. End-User.

The Manufacturer’s job is to provide Distributors with the best options for their Buyer’s branded uniform program. That includes garments and information on best practices for planning the program. Distributors ask their Buyers important questions at the start of every project to understand it thoroughly. Below are some questions distributors may ask.

  1. Who will be wearing the uniforms? Describe job function(s)?
  2. Where will they be wearing their uniforms? 
  3. What does the company/group/organization do?
  4. Have they provided any reference or inspiration materials?
  5. What type of uniform program are they interested in? In-Stock, Semi-Custom or Fully Custom?
  6. How many uniforms are needed in each category? Will there be repeat orders?
  7. What is the delivery deadline?
  8. Where will the finished uniforms be delivered?
  9. What is the budget for the project?
  10. Are there any specials considerations that we must be aware of?

Distributors are Advocates for the Buyer

In this business model the phrase “Middle Man” doesn’t carry the usual negative connotation. Distributors advocate for Buyers and communicate with the Manufacturer for them which helps everyone involved plan production more efficiently. A thorough distributor who takes time to ask all of the important questions is well-equipped to develop the best uniform program to suit their client’s needs. They also avoid unnecessary steps that waste time and money. And by working hand-in-hand with the manufacturer, they guarantees their buyer good prices, reliable timelines and accurate quantities. Most of all—peace of mind.

Learn more about the development process including the 5 Steps to Planning a Uniform Program.

Qualified promotional apparel or uniform Distributors who would like to learn more about Executive
Apparel’s products and services can set up a Distributor Profile in advance of their first order.

Submit your profile and an Executive Apparel customer service representative will contact you shortly. 

Buyers for groups who would like to be connected to one of our distributors can contact us here.

Head to our Pinterest page for a handy infographic for planning branded uniform programs. 

Lisa Denham Marketing Director - Blog Contributor for Executive Apparel