ITbuilder staff showing off their new range of T-shirts

Team ITB Summer Ts

This week, we took delivery of the new edition of ITbuilder summer T-shirts, just in time for some nice, hot weather. 

Shown here are members of the tech team; Paul Bray, John Thorn, Jack Bennett alongside the Managing Director, James Naylor.

We order a new design every year in a range of sizes to distribute to the team to wear with pride. It also conveniently helps to eliminate the decision of what to throw on in the morning when getting dressed for work. 

Wearing company-branded t-shirts serves as a powerful tool for fostering a sense of unity and belonging among employees. These t-shirts not only symbolize a shared identity and common purpose but also promote a strong sense of pride and affiliation with the organization.

By donning the company's logo or message, employees become walking ambassadors, showcasing their dedication to the company's mission and values both within the workplace and in public settings. The visibility of branded apparel also serves as an effective marketing strategy, increasing brand recognition and enhancing the company's overall visibility and credibility. Moreover, the act of wearing these t-shirts can create a positive and professional image, portraying a cohesive and unified team, both internally and to the outside world, thus contributing to a positive company culture and a strong sense of camaraderie among employees.

Cut in a denim-style, lightweight cotton, the 2019 release is our most popular yet. Some people think they fit a little snugly, but with that’s no problem for a group of specimens who rigourously sit at our desk for hours on end, nibbling snacks, like we do. Don’t you agree?


ITbuilders in their new T-Shirts

James Naylor

James Naylor is ITbuilder's Managing Director and Founder. He has worked in technology since the early nineties and, after a decade in the corporate world, went into business himself.

James has lead ITbuilder for over two decades, building the business into the force that it is today, but is still a technician at heart and still very hands on with tech.

Despite growing up in Hertfordshire, James lives in the Netherlands for five years as well as London, before returning and setting up the base in Hertford, where he lives today.

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