We are delighted to have been featured in the recent Brilliantly British campaign by the Daily Express newspaper.
This celebrates " the incredible innovation and creativity from British companies " and we are proud to be included .
Brilliantly British is a Daily Express campaign to boost high streets and businesses right across the country. The PM and Chancellor have backed their clarion call to buy British and they are telling everyone about the people behind our great national products ,and how their dedication, passion, innovation and expertise feeds into everything they do.
This week the Prime Minister urged the country to buy British and turbo-charge the national recovery. Boris Johnson is backing the Daily Express's "fantastic" Brilliantly British campaign launched to protect jobs and give a crucial shot in the arm to UK businesses - both big and small - in the critical run-up to Christmas.You can read a bit more about the campaign here
Here at Hettie we chose to work with British manufacturers to not only provide superior products to our customers but to support and protect the countries manufacturing history.
Our team understands the importance of quality craftsmanship and respects the art and value of each accessory that leaves their studio. We continue to invest in British manufacturing so that we can oversee the full process from design to production and product quality.
You can read more about our British brand here
One of the positives to have emerged from the pandemic is the increased interest in products of British provenance. As I said to the lovely journalist Kat Hopps , Hettie celebrates the simple things in life and family values. People need to think a little bit more about the wasteful things that they do and the amount they throw away. When it comes to those special finishing touches , you just can't fault British craftmanship. Our heritage is revered worldwide for the skills that we have to produce accessories that can last a lifetime.
Today we have a golden opportunity to rekindle that spirit and reaffirm Britain’s place as a global powerhouse.
"When Napoleon derided Britain as "a nation of shopkeepers", he paid us an inadvertent compliment, for enterprise has always been at the heart of our greatness. Our country was forged, not by wars or tyranny, but by commerce and trade. We were the global merchant, the workshop of the world, the pioneer of the Industrial Revolution." Leo Mckinstry
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