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Kim Cattrall reveals Spectacle Wearer of the Year winners

Hollywood actress Kim Cattrall has crowned the latest winners of the annual Specsavers Spectacle Wearer of the Year (SWOTY) competition. The widely followed competition, which...

Store partners prepare for new graduates

Specsavers has kicked off the 2017 Graduate Program with a series of Primary Mentor workshops for store partners. The workshops were held in key...

New appointments set to further strengthen Specsavers clinical excellence

Specsavers Australia & New Zealand has been strengthened by the addition of two new optometrists to its Support Office professional development teams. Naomi Barber has...

$30,000 raised for Royal Children’s Hospital

Over 2016, 22 Specsavers stores across Victoria raised a total of $30,000 for the Royal Children’s Hospital through the Community Program, in which all...

Specsavers Brookside helps fund school tuckshop upgrade

A local school has been able to keep its students cool and well-fed through the Specsavers Community Program. Over the course of three years, Specsavers...

Specsavers Clinical Conference returns to Melbourne

The Specsavers Clinical Conference will come full circle when it returns to Melbourne in 2017. The inaugural Specsavers Clinical Conference (SCC) was held in 2012...

Record sales, production for Specsavers in 2016

Specsavers Australian and New Zealand stores recorded collective sales of over $20 million per week for three consecutive weeks during the December 2016 /...
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SCC5 highlights

SCC5 in Brisbane once again proved to be a hugely supported weekend of clinical education, conference presentations and networking. More than 100 non-Specsavers optometrists...

Specsavers named 2015 Retail Employer of the Year

They say good things come in threes, which was certainly the case for Specsavers this week as we were awarded the coveted Australian Retail...

Specsavers continues strong growth

Specsavers has reported continued strong growth in annual sales, with Australian sales for 2014/15 totalling AU$708 million up 12.4 per cent from $630 million...