UK boss appointed for Glassons

LAURA WALTERS
Last updated 10:25 18/12/2013

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Listed clothing company Hallenstein Glasson has appointed a new chief executive to run its Glassons stores in New Zealand and Australia.

UK-born Tracy Shaw would head the womenswear chain from early next year, the company said.

She was previously general manager of Jag in Melbourne, and her international roles have included experience in apparel in the UK and for South African fashion retailer Edgars Group.

Hallenstein Glasson chief executive Graeme Popplewell said Shaw's appointment followed an international search and Glassons would benefit from her "extensive global expertise" and product focus.

"We are delighted with Tracy's appointment and are confident she will enhance Glassons' ability to respond quickly to changes in product directions and to implement new initiatives to ensure we continue to provide fast, affordable fashion."

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