There’s been a tremendous shift in the last decade or so in international market trends & business mentalities. The world has become a ‘global village’ where capitalism has thrived & the aim is to make as many goods in as short a time as possible. This has led to a compromise in product quality & has resulted in a lot of dissatisfaction among consumers. The modern day buyer is more aware than ever of the fact that a lower price tag also implicates, in most cases, a lower quality & is, therefore, more inclined to buy something that is a tad bit expensive but will last longer. Where once, the “Made in Britain” label was perceived as a dent on the pocket for consumers, it is now increasingly being accepted as a promise of quality. Our aim is to open venues of business & an increased consumer base for ‘British built’, superior quality products, which would be beneficial to both British manufacturers & global consumers.