Come and join the discussion at BoB this Thursday
Would a kitemark signifying British-made goods help avoid consumer confusion and help support British manufacturing? Kate Hills, Founder of Make it British, thinks it would.
Kate will be discussing her thoughts on why we need a Made in Britain logo to help consumers identify and choose British made goods at the Best of Britannia event this Thursday (3rd October).
Drawing on research carried out by herself and other British companies, as well as feedback on this website and social media, Kate will be putting the case forward for a standardised made in Britain marque. She will also be talking about her work with the Made in Britain Campaign and revealing plans for a new logo that has been designed by top design agency The Partners.
Whether you feel strongly for or against such an initiative, please come along and join in the debate.
Best of Britannia is being held at The Farmiloe Building in Clerkenwell, London. If you can’t make it then follow along on Twitter using #BOBtalks.
Details for Kate’s talk at BoB are as follows:
Thurs 3rd October 2013
Best of Britannia