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The Issue Is Here

The Cotton On Group has launched its new publication, The Issue, designed to give readers an insight into the business and showcase its talented global team.

To be published three times a year, the publication will provide in-depth feature stories, people profiles and key business updates across the Group's brands and departments.

The first edition introduces readers to the Group and its values, with the 'From Geelong To The World' feature story tracking the history and evolution of the business and its plans for the future. It also delves into the Group's recent digital success, explores the unique friendship that drives the work of the Cotton On Foundation and provides a behind the scenes look at the Group's trend forecasting pipeline....plus much more.

The first edition of The Issue is available here. To receive future editions, subscribe here.

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Cotton On Group brand Supré launches anti-bullying campaign

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One in four Aussie girls aged 12 to 18 are bullied on a regular basis, both in-person and online. If you ask the Supre Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Cotton On Group’s brand Supre, this is not an acceptable statistic – and they’re doing something about it. 

Geelong Cats hit the field in COAR

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As a retailer with its roots in Geelong, there are plenty of AFL – and Cats – supporters among the 1,400 team members in the Cotton On Group’s North Geelong HQ. And with round one of the 2017 AFL season kicking off this week, the team is excited to see the Cats run onto the field in their new COAR apparel; high-performance wear designed by Cotton On. 

Cotton On Foundation GM, Tim Diamond, talks philanthropy at VAMFF

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On Wednesday 15th March, Cotton On Foundation General Manager Tim Diamond joined a host of fashion industry experts for Melbourne Fashion Festival’s annual Fashion Industry Forum.