The Alfreton-based company, one of only a very few fashion companies still designing and manufacturing in the UK, is on a recruitment drive as sales of its British-made fashion and women’s clothing increase strongly .
David Nieper is a British fashion house, a family business established in Derbyshire for 50 years and employing 250 staff. Totally committed to UK manufacturing all our collections are designed, manufactured and hand-finished in our Derbyshire workrooms and sold directly to private customers by catalogue and online. We have sales offices in 4 European countries and 1/3rd of sales are to private customers overseas, our best market being France. 2012 has seen the highest sales ever in our 50 year history.
Our spokespeople are happy to be interviewed, provide comment, speak at events and contribute to the media on issues about fashion, marketing, family business, the key to ‘Made in Britain’ training, apprenticeships, skills and other business issues.
MADE IN ENGLAND
David Nieper is fiercely committed to UK fashion manufacturing and all its garments are Made in Britain.
David Nieper press releases and articles. The latest press releases and articles from David Nieper.
Sales of its Made in Britain knitwear is up 20 per cent and the David Nieper factory is working round the clock to keep up with demand for its knitwear, all designed and manufactured in the UK in its Derbyshire design studies and factory.
In the news. Read the latest news and press coverage for David Nieper
Ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8 The Manufacturer talks to one of Made in GB’s ‘30 Under 30’ manufacturing champions about her work and the diversity of roles available in a variety of manufacturing sectors.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement on 5 December 2012. Christopher Nieper and staff from the David Nieper factory were featured in BBC news reports responding to the measures outlined in the statement.
Prime Minister David Cameron visits David Nieper, "a great example of the very best of Great British fashion manufacturing". The Conservative Party used this and other footage nationally on both BBC1 and ITV1.