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COVID – 19 A Note to All Our Partners
COVID – 19 A Note to All Our Partners

24 March 2020 | 0 Comments

  COVID – 19  A note to all our valued customers and partners across the globe: Please be assured of the following: jSD teams are all now working remotely to provide continued full service and support. Normal communication channels with clients and business partners are all functioning as usual. jSD’s domestic and international supply chains and other operations are withstanding the crisis well.   There have been no insurmountable disruptions to […]
The Film Combatting ‘Greed’ Culture and the World of Fast Fashion
The Film Combatting ‘Greed’ Culture and the World of Fast Fashion

23 March 2020 | 0 Comments

In 2020, we’re beginning to face the issue of fast fashion head-on — The media can no longer shy away from one of the largest contributors to the climate crisis and worker exploitation. The newly released film Greed, starring celebrated British actor Steve Coogan, proves that we are willing to talk about, and tackle, the throw-away culture we have found ourselves in. In this lavish depiction of excess, grandeur, and, […]
How Uniforms Reflect Gender Equality in the Workplace
How Uniforms Reflect Gender Equality in the Workplace

24 January 2020 | 0 Comments

The workplace is constantly evolving. Once, we felt that there were specific jobs fit for men, and entirely different roles for women. Thankfully, society has come to work towards disregarding these outdated gender stereotypes and the workplace is seeing a surge towards equality and equal opportunities, with more women entering STEM-related careers than ever before. However, 20 per cent of workers in a survey found that employees believe there is […]
Culture Club and Corporate Clothing
Culture Club and Corporate Clothing

23 December 2019 | 0 Comments

There are certain sounds and sights that we, as British socialites, have become accustomed to over the years in regard to pub-culture. The skill of carrying four drinks back from the bar, the ability to strike up a conversation with a stranger about the weather, and of course, the infamous understanding of ‘one for the road’ never actually meaning ‘one’. For the ‘boomers’ as they have become otherwise known, the […]
Retaining High End Clients
Retaining High End Clients

21 November 2019 | 0 Comments

Suggest we define what a “high end client is” in the opening sentence – might be different things in different markets.  Whether you are staying in a 5* hotel, eating in a Michelin star restaurant, traveling Frist Class by rail or in business on an airline. A recent study by the IDC, which sample included 24,000 consumers from 12 different countries, discovered that 25 per cent of users will be […]
Brand Transparency: Consumer Trust
Brand Transparency: Consumer Trust

3 October 2019 | 0 Comments

In the dog-eat-dog world that is business in the 21st century, having a unique selling point is crucial. Of course, all companies want to be able to lay claim to a continual flow of new customers. However, in many instances, retaining the ones they currently have is more than half the battle. We are no longer living in an era where a customer will frequent the same dozen shops throughout […]
The Unsung Heroes: A Look Behind the Scenes of Fashion
The Unsung Heroes: A Look Behind the Scenes of Fashion

5 September 2019 | 0 Comments

The world has sat back and witnessed some remarkable events throughout the past century. In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the podium in Washington and pronounced ‘I Have a Dream’, during what was described as the ‘greatest demonstration for freedom in history’. In 1995, on South African soil, the Springboks triumphed in the Rugby World Cup, winning the tournament for the very first time, but, more importantly victorying […]
Train Services Around the World
Train Services Around the World

5 September 2019 | 0 Comments

Agatha Christie wrote about them, Alfred Hitchcock directed them, and the O’Jays sang about them — yes, we’re talking about trains. First invented in 1804, the humble train, which, initially depended on genuine horsepower to help it negotiate its way through the countryside landscape has developed into one of the eco-friendliest methods of travel in the world. Train uses 30 per cent less energy per mile than a car, and […]
Most Attractive Industries to Work In
Most Attractive Industries to Work In

4 July 2019 | 0 Comments

Have you ever been subject to the age-old cliché, ‘if you could go back and start over, what would you do as a career?’ Unfortunately for many of us, the once childhood dream of developing a right foot like that of Wayne Rooney, the voice box of Adele, or the relaxing tones of David Attenborough is a far cry away from reality. That said, a commitment to learning and a […]

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