To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, Magicman underwent a temporary rebrand for 2 days to Magicwoman. This meant a revision of the logo and a new pink ‘Magicwoman’ uniform worn by males and females at Magicman head office. It had a great response not only from all quarters of the office but from Magicman Technicians all over the country, with lots of banter and many requesting a Magicwoman shirt.
Magicman were an exhibitor at the first Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Europe in Barcelona and will be delighted to be back again when it returns this year to London where they already have a heavy presence on the ground in the construction and hospitality sectors. They are the experts in onboard sustainable repairs to almost any surface.
By repairing items and surfaces in situ such as doors, shower-trays, furniture, tiles, bars and counters, there is no need to source replacement items. Even bespoke or end of range items of any size can be restored without colour or finish discrepancies. Without the need to manufacture and transport replacements, there is a significant reduction in the greenhouse gases involved in refurbs and Magicman invest in R&D to ensure that their repair techniques produce no bulky waste to be disposed of or landed.
As an originator in onsite sustainable repairs on land, the term ‘Magicman’ has now become interchangeable as a term for the people who carry out such work, like when you hoover up or google something. Perhaps that is why after 26 years of history behind Magicman, it’s such a big deal to be known as Magicwoman for IWD 2020 and specifically recognise a large proportion of a wonderful workforce. And anyway, as Hayley from the call centre team put it, “real men wear pink.”