Session Replays

Make it British Forum

For Businesses that Manufacture in the UK

Kate hills helps your get your products made in the UK

6 Months Access

Lots of time for you to watch

5 Sessions

Inspiring Panels and Workshops

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Hello British-made Brand Owners!

Are you...

Struggling to raise awareness for your business and feel you're battling against a tide of cheap imports?

Finding marketing your products with limited time, and on a tight budget, challenging?

Think you need to be doing wholesale in order to grow your business quickly?

Posting all day on Instagram but it's not producing the results you're looking for?

Wondering what value customers place on the fact that your product is made in Britain?

Worried about stock - too much / too little - and where you're going to get it made?

This Session Replays Are for You If...

You make or sell clothing, textiles, accessories or homewares.

You would love to be able to say that everything you sell is made in the UK.

You're a small product-based business and your goal is to expand your British-made brand.

Kate Hills -
These sessions will give you the motivation, confidence and tools you need to grow a thriving UK-made brand!

Only £39 For 6 Months Access to Event Recordings

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Here's Just Some of What You'll Learn From The Sessions...

The opportunities for UK-made brands in 2023 and beyond.

Why making in the UK is one of the best things you can do for your business.

How to promote and sell your products and grow your brand and how to get funding when you need it.

What making sustainably in the UK really means.

Why Watch?

Generate new ideas for growing your business

Connect with other like-minded businesses making in the UK

Learn from your peers and build industry connections

Walk away feeling positive about the opportunities that are ahead for UK manufacturers and British-made brands

Make it British Forum Virtual Event

Whether you currently manufacture in the UK, or hope to do so in the future, these unique sessions will inspire you to take action!

Included with your purchase:

Welcome & How To Grow a Thriving British-Made Brand

with Kate Hills

Session 1 - How to Grow a Thriving British-made Brand

Products, Pricing and Positioning

with Kate Hills & British Brand Owners Geoff Stocker (Geoff Stocker), Kate Walsh (Wallace Sewell)  and Rachael Hamard (Britannical)

Session 2 - Products, Pricing & Positioning

Planning, Goal Setting & Vision Session

with Kate Hills & Team

Session 3 - Planning, Goal Setting & Vision Session

Attracting Customers & Creating Raving Fans

with Kate Hills & British Brand Owners Justine Tabak (Justine Tabak), Rosie Macpherson (Where's Winnie) and Jack Millington (Billy Tannery)

Session 4 - Attracting Customers & Creating Raving Fans

Sourcing Solved - Q&A

with Kate & UK Manufacturers Adam Robertson (Kalopsia), Alex Willis (Fashion Formula), Rajen Ved,(Aristo Fabrics) and Diana Kakkar (Maes London)

Session 5 - Sourcing Solved - Q&A with UK Manufacturers

Plus: PDF Workbook

Download out fillable PDF Workbook to accompany the sessions.

Make it British Virtual Forum - PDF Workbook

Expert Panel Sessions

Featuring successful business owners that make in the UK

Kate Hills - Make it British

Kate Hills

Make it British

Kate Walsh - Wallace Sewell

Kate Walsh

Wallace Sewell

Geoff Stocker - Geoff Stocker

Geoff Stocker

Geoff Stocker

Rachael Hamard - Britannical

Rachael Hamard


Michelle Pontius - Make it British

Michelle Pontius

Make it British

Adam Robertson - Kalopsia

Adam Robertson

Kalopsia Collective

Justine Tabak - Justine Taba

Justine Tabak

Justine Tabak

Alexander Wills - Fashion Formula

Alexander Wills

Fashion Formula

Jack Millington - Billy Tannery

Jack Millington

Billy Tannery

Rajen Ved - Aristo Fabrics

Rajen Ved

Aristo Fabrics

Rosie Macpherson - Where's Winne

Rosie Macpherson

Where's Winnie

Rajen Ved - Aristo Fabrics

Diana Kakkar


Meet Your Host, Kate Hills

Make it British Forum October 2022 with your host Kate Hills

Make it British founder and trusted authority on manufacturing in the UK.

I’ve been passionate about UK manufacturing ever since I had my own recycled clothing company and micro factory in the early '90s!

After spending 20 years as a designer and buyer developing products all over the world, I launched Make it British as a way of supporting fashion and homeware brands that want to make locally.

Over the last ten years I've helped 1,000s of businesses, from start-ups to multiple retailers, to find and successfully work with UK manufacturers.

I know the quality and flexibility that making in the UK can bring to any business - and how much more sustainable it is too!

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6 Months Access to the Recordings

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What Visitors Love About Our Events

Sarah Stafford, Noma Swimwear - Make it British Forum Testimonial

Sarah Stafford

Noma Swimwear

"When I attended the Make It British Forum my company was only an idea, but the event fired me up and convinced me to press ahead with my project."

Sauman Kar, London Organic - Make it British Forum Testimonial

Sauman Kar

London Ethnic Beauty

“A year ago, our aim to make everything we do British and to work with British-made brands seemed a lone pursuit, but since the Forum it very much feels like there is a growing community of like-minded business people who are willing to be very supportive and helpful."

David Almond, Snide London - Make it British Forum Testimonial

David Almond

Snide London

"We made a crucial contact at the Forum. Make it British has been vital to our success.”

Graham Holbrook, Turtle Doves - Make it British Forum Testimonial

Graham Holbrook

Turtle Doves

"At the Forum we made a contact who has helped our business grow 6-fold. This was seriously one of those business-transforming moments of serendipity."

Atiti Izogie, Eyato London - Make it British Forum Testimonial

Atiti Izogie

Eyato London

"Attending the forum, I was more curious than anything else, but nothing prepared me for the extent of insight and expertise on offer."

Richard Keegan, Usual Objections - Make it British Forum Testimonial

Richard Keegan

Usual Objections

"We're in the process of starting our own sports swimwear company. The sourcing has been completed for a while but we have had some hiccups on the manufacturing side of things - as we really wanted to make stuff in the UK. We picked up loads of tips from the speakers about making thorough tech packs, monitoring costs and how to market your products."

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