Textiles Intelligence announces new headquarters close to Manchester, UK as part of its growth strategy

Magazine for Textiles, Clothing, Leather and Technology Textiles Intelligence, a global business information company, is pleased to announce that it has set up new headquarters close to Manchester, UK, as part of its strategy for growth.

The headquarters will accommodate the company’s growing team and will enable the company to accelerate the roll-out of its digital transformation strategy.

As part of this strategy, Textiles Intelligence is investing in the development of its digital capabilities and ecommerce platform. Also, the company plans to evolve its digital marketing activities in order to strengthen its position as a leading provider of independent business and strategic information on the global fibre, textile and apparel industries.

The new headquarters are located in Pentland House, Wilmslow — formerly the headquarters of Pentland Group which, through Pentland Brands, owns a number of apparel and footwear brands, including Berghaus, Ellesse, Lacoste and Speedo.

Pentland House has undergone extensive refurbishment and, as a result, it features dynamic workspaces and a number of environmentally sustainable solutions. The building’s eco-efficient facilities will help Textiles Intelligence to reduce its energy consumption and waste generation.

The headquarters are ideally situated close to Manchester — an epicentre of technological investment, innovation and business growth in the UK — which has excellent infrastructure and transportation links to London.

When news of the new headquarters was announced, the managing director of Textiles Intelligence, Robin Anson, said: “Our new headquarters will enable us to capitalise on the momentum we have built as a leading global business information company and we look forward to seeing increased productivity as we expand our team. We hope to roll out our digital transformation strategy which will improve our customers’ online experience, and we will develop new digital channels through which customers can access crucial information on the fibre, textile and apparel industries.”

Source: Textiles Intelligence