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Slick Stitch acquires garment printing business

11 January 2021

Slick Stitch, one of world's largest apparel personalisation fulfilment businesses, servicing major brands and retailers with a full suite of technology-led solutions from warehousing, garment embellishment to end consumer logistics, has acquired Mad Print for an undisclosed sum.

Mad Print is a garment and textiles printing business which works for a variety of businesses, football clubs, charities, fashion houses designers and fund raising events across the UK and Europe.

It follows Slick Stitch’s acquisitions of Dollymix Boutique (a leading player in children’s wear personalisation in the UK), Molly & Monty (a business which designs and manufactures luxury children’s clothes and gifts in the UK) and Andrew Hyde Schoolwear and adds further to Slick Stitch’s offering.

Wolverhampton based Slick Stitch is currently considering other acquisition opportunities, in particular in the personalised children’s wear and school uniform sectors, and is confident of adding further brands to its existing portfolio. Slick Stitch CEO, Inder Jain, said: "We are delighted to have acquired Mad Print and complete yet another acquisition. We have exciting plans to grow the business and are also looking at other opportunities.”

The Browne Jacobson corporate finance partner Michael Stace advised Slick Stitch.

Michael Stace added: “It was a pleasure to help Slick Stitch secure yet another acquisition. Inder and the team have shown that they can successfully acquire and integrate complimentary businesses notwithstanding the challenges faced by the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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