Must-listen Uniform and Branding Podcasts to Add to Your List!

Must-listen Uniform & Branding Podcasts to Add to Your List

Discover our list of favourite Uniform & Branding podcast episodes to check out to grow your knowledge of the branding & uniform industry. Embark on this audio adventure and pick up some tips and tricks along the way!

Whether you’re looking for inspo on what to wear to work, you’re a business owner, team leader, marketing professional just looking for a bit more branding or uniform insight, this compilation of podcast episodes will fuel your passion, spark creativity, and equip you with invaluable knowledge.

Tune in, listen, and learn from the industry’s finest minds as they share their expertise in all things regarding the apparel industry.

Table of Contents

  1. The power of as well designed uniform – The Detail

What it’s all about:

The significance of what high-profile teams wear, whether it’s related to corporate branding and cultural considerations or the design and history behind sporting uniforms. The podcast explores the impact and importance of team apparel and how it can influence public perception, team identity, and overall success. It delves into topics such as the marketing aspect of team uniforms, the role of tradition in designing sporting attire, and how the visual representation of a team can shape its reputation and fanbase.

The Detail

Who it’s for: Business Owners and Marketers
What makes it stand out: By delving deep into this subject, it offers a specialized and in-depth analysis that appeals to sports enthusiasts, designers, marketers, and anyone interested in the intersection of visual branding.
Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts
Episode Length: 23.13mins
Podcast Rating: 4.8 stars – 264 ratings




  1. Dress Codes and Uniforms — Work Attire Still Matters – HR Leader Podcast Network

What its all about: Our Favourite episode features Pamela Jabbour (The amazing Total Image Group CEO) discussing the fashion frontier in the modern office.
Learn about workwear trends and striking the right balance between individual style and company dress codes. She also provides practical advice on handling fashionably rebellious employees and how fashion choices impact your company’s image.

HR Leaders

Who’s it for: HR Leaders,.
What makes it standout: The podcast typically features interviews with HR executives, thought leaders, and experts who share their insights, experiences, and best practices in various HR-related topics
Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, HR leaders Website and more
Episode Length: 15mins 28secs
Podcast Rating: 5 stars – 2 ratings




  1. Workwear – How to dress well at work this year. – The Style Stories Podcast

What its all about: If you’re seeking practical style tips to incorporate into your daily life, look no further than The Style Stories Podcast! In our latest Top episode pick, they delve into the post-COVID world’s perspective on office wear and dress codes. Join the host and personal stylist, Lisa Gillbe, as she explores the shift towards a more relaxed dress code in work environments and the rising concept of ‘power casual’ dressing. Lisa shares invaluable tips and tricks on how to maintain a professional appearance while embracing comfort as you update your workwear wardrobe.

The Style Stories Podcast Remember, when you look good, you feel good!

Who’s it for: A podcast for women all about style, image, fashion and confidence. So many women hold back with their style and lack self-confidence to wear what make
What makes it standout: Breaks the mold of what the media suggest and gives real life style suggestions.
Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Lisa Gillbe Style Website and more
Episode Length: 23mins
Podcast Rating: 4.8 stars – 62 ratings




  1. What even is branding? Branding for Biz evolution, growth and resultsBrandology

What it’s all about: In this exciting episode, you will delve into the intriguing world of branding and discover its true significance in helping your business flourish. Take a step back and explore the fundamental essence of a brand and how it can transform your business from just getting by to becoming a sensational success story with overwhelming demand. 


If you’re a business owner pondering the essence of branding and its relevance to your venture, this is an absolute must-listen!

Who it’s for: Business Owners and Marketers
What makes it stand out: Discover the essence of business branding in real life. Presented in a highly accessible format, perfect for all types of audiences.
Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts
Episode Length: 35mins
Podcast Rating: 4.5 stars – 8 ratings




  1. How to make your brand more distinctive – Stef Hamerlinck

What it’s all about:  In this episode, the focus is on branding’s critical role in making a brand unique. Lee Rolston, Chief Growth Officer at JKR, discusses their recent study with Ipsos, revealing that only 15% of tested brand assets were genuinely distinctive. This points to a potential identity crisis in the marketingLet's Talk Branding industry. To stand out and succeed in the content and technology-driven landscape, it’s crucial to attribute brand assets accurately and consistently, as emphasized by Lee Rolston. Be Distinctive Everywhere.

Who it’s for: Business Owners and Marketers
What makes it stand out: The focus on branding’s critical role in making a brand unique is highly relevant in today’s competitive and content-driven landscape.
Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts
Episode Length: 41mins
Podcast Rating: 4.8 stars – 20 ratings



  1. Uniforms for your staff – 10 minute food truck training

What it’s all about:  In this episode, you learn about how Uniforms are a great team-building resource for your staff, as well as re-enforcing your brand awareness.

Who it’s for: Business Owners and Marketers

What makes it stand out: It provides information-filled, and precise content, delivering your information in an easily digestible format.

Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts

Episode Length: 8mins

Podcast Rating: 4.7 stars – 30 ratings

Who is TIG

Total Image Group was founded on the basis that workwear in Australia had become generic and uninspiring. We’ve changed all that.

We believe corporate uniforms should never be boring.

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