A.S. Watson, the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer, has launched The Perfume Shop’s first experiential concept store in Sheffield, UK. It has been lately ranked as one of the Top 47 Best New Retail Concept Stores in the world by Insider-trends.
Superdrug head office opened its doors to the media and influencers to celebrate International Women’s Day. The event was a huge success, over 100 influencers attended the panel discussion which was live streamed on Superdrug mobile. They discussed the importance of International Women’s Day and shared their own thoughts and inspirations.
During the National Apprenticeship Week, Savers organised a myriad of events across the country to showcase the apprenticeship opportunities in their stores. Apprenticeship shows were hosted in various locations including Milton Keynes, Strood, and Birmingham, and were advertised across multiple channels and platforms to both internal and external audiences.
The Perfume Shop supported Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day with colleagues from stores, head office and the warehouse. They celebrated this annual event by wearing festive jumpers and donating to the charity as well as spreading Christmas cheer with customers.
In the weeks running up to Christmas, A.S. Watson London team joined their local charity partner Katherine Low Settlement in a number of charity events. The team whipped up delicious Christmas lunch for the elderly at the community centre, raised money, and collected Secret Santa gifts.
A.S. Watson London office celebrated the holiday season early with a Christmas party at the end of November. Held at an exclusive venue, the evening started out with a quiz where winners took home fabulous prizes, followed by food, drinks and merriment aplenty — in the form of bowling and karaoke.
Superdrug has always been passionate about lifting women up to reach their full potential. For the second year, Superdrug sponsored the Women in Business category at the local Business Awards in their head office hometown of Croydon. The awards saw 450 local businesses come together to celebrate the achievements of leaders and innovators. The winner of the Women in Business category went to Julie Agbowu, CEO of All Inclusive Training.