JAPAN: Uniqlo Stores To Sell Uniforms
Japan's Fast Retailing Co, which operates the Uniqlo clothing stores, has launched a new customisation service targeting retailers, service firms, schools, and event organisers who want to create a personalised look for their sports clubs or their employees. The service, which is being promoted by a new corporate marketing group set up by the company, will print or embroider logos onto casualwear garments selected from Uniqlo's stores. Orders must be made up of 30 or more items.
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