Cosmetics brand, M.A.C, has taken out the top gong at Myer’s Supplier of the Year awards last week.
In the ninth inception of the awards where the department store retailer recognises brands, merchandisers, designers and other partners efforts, Myer CEO Richard Umbers said the awards provided an opportunity for Myer to celebrate and recognise suppliers and business partners.
“Our partners play an integral role in bringing the love of shopping to life for our customers”, he said.
“Our business is undergoing a major transformation and the support of our partners enables us to deliver new Myer to our customers.”
Umbers said M.A.C consistently delivers growth on growth and focuses “on innovation and delighting customers every day, from their pop up stores to M.A.C on Tour initiatives, and are always creating new ways to engage customers.”
M.A.C GM, Jodie Matthews, said Myer was a key business partner. “Myer is a household name but the company’s focus on creating unique customer experiences is anything but ordinary,” she said. “We are proud of our decade-long relationship with Myer and we are excited to be part of their transformation.”
Best omnichannel supplier went to Lego Australia, while IBM Australia took out the top provider of IT services recognition.
Fashion designer,Toni Maticevski was awarded designer of the year. “Toni Maticevski is internationally acclaimed, with well-deserved global recognition for pushing the traditional concepts of fashion and design,” said Umbers. “He is this year’s Australian Fashion Laureate and his fashion-forward creations are shining stars in our local designer range.”
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