Today with InCube we launched Nina Mare and bring to you affordable and accessible bespoke tailored clothing. InCube have played a huge part in getting Nina Mare from coming soon to finally here and so I can now tell you a little bit about what is to come.
Hangers in hand I was excited to get through the brand new InCube doors and home to Nina Mare. With refreshments laid out we all took out seats waiting to hear from Ruth Cooper, who would then introduce councillor Marc Macmillan and the inspirational Lord Haughey.
Listening to these successful business persons, an overwhelming sense of pride came over me as I realised what we are actually now a part of. A feeling of community came about as we all ventured to find our desks, talks of collaborations where already taking place amongst us.
The creativity and enthusiasm was evident, as the room filled with guests the networking began. Business cards where being exchanged along with valued advice from some of Scotland’s finest business people. Advice that will be kept close to me throughout my journey to come and to be put to good use in the future.
At Nina Mare we are busy finalising our materials and designs for our first range, aiming to provide a bespoke, ladies, fashion forward line representing Nina Mare and our creative edge. We are looking forward to showing you all our new range and are currently ensuring our line will set the foundations for our high standards and equally importantly, our customer experience and service.
Reinventing Renfrewshire is a challenge that Nina Mare and the other InCube-ators can’t wait to be involved in. Our aim is to remind everyone of our textile heritage and world renowned designs. Keep up to date with Nina Mare on Facebook and Twitter to see our future developments and designs.
Nina Mare would like to thank InCube for this opportunity and can’t wait for the challenges ahead.