Briers’ William Morris range recognised

by | Mar 15, 2016 | Products | 0 comments

Briers? William Morris Strawberry Thief collection has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards 2016.

Describing the range, Briers said: ?This collection beautifully brings to life Morris? most famous pattern across Briers? largest product range to date. Shortlisted as one of only six finalists in this prestigious category is a truly fantastic result.

?Furthermore, being selected as a finalist provides the Briers team with much deserved recognition for all their hard work in creating such an iconic and popular collection.?

The company continued: ?Winning this prestigious award really would be a superb accolade, so now all the Briers team have their fingers crossed for 20th April when the winner will be announced at the Dorchester in London.?

The Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards 2016 ? the first of which takes place this year – recognises the ?dynamism and growth? of brand licensing.

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