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  • 17 October 2017 09:30

Brother Celebrates Winning the “Good Design Award 2017” In Multiple Categories

Recognising the development, manufacturing and delivery of aesthetically beautiful, user-friendly and environmentally designs

Sydney, Australia – 17th October 2017 – Brother Industries, Ltd, a parent company of Brother International Australia, one of the leading global manufacturers of printing, scanning and labelling devices, has won the highly regarded Japanese design award “Good Design Award 2017” (hereinafter Good Design Award) across multiple categories.

Since winning the award for the first time in 1960 for the home sewing machine, Brother has won the same award for 199 different products in total, including the 3 won this year. Furthermore, this will be the 25th consecutive winning year since 1993.

Stefanie Dixon, Marketing Manager SMB at Brother International Australia, said “The Good Design Award evaluates not only the exterior beauty of products, but also user experience and environmental impact of the design, as well as the products’ ability to present new ideas to society. Winning the award recognises the concerted effort by all Brother employees involved in developing, manufacturing and delivering our products and services.”

Based on their motto “At Your Side”, Brother is committed to continually placing their customers first by designing products that suit their needs. It is determined to continue providing superior value through product designs by incorporating customers and other stakeholders’ opinions.

Winning Brother Products available in Australia: Good Design Award 2017

Colour Multi-Function Laser Printer Series
Award number: 17G050486

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Colour Multi-Function Laser Printer Series
Award number: 17G050487

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About Good Design Awards:
Good Design Award has been a sole comprehensive design evaluation and communication system in Japan since 1957. Many companies and designers from both inside and outside Japan participate in the activity to enhance the industry through design quality. “G Mark”, the symbol of the award has been recognized widely as a mark representing good design.
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About Brother International (Aust) Pty Ltd:
With over 100 years in operation, Brother International is globally recognised as a brand synonymous with delivering product innovation and customer satisfaction. A specialist in its product lines, Brother is always ‘At Your Side,’ with its customer first approach in all aspects of business. Brother combines this customer satisfaction and its strong commitment to environmental conservation to manufacture innovative, reliable and practical products in the printing, sewing, imaging and labelling markets.

Brother International Australia was established in 1977 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Brother Industries, which was founded in 1908 in Japan. With a head office located in Sydney and State offices nationally throughout Australia, Brother has grown from humble beginnings to a diversified multinational corporation.

About Brother Earth:
Brother has made a commitment to sustainability and making a positive difference to the environment. Brother Earth is a Brother initiative and aims to build a society that achieves sustainable development by taking responsibility and considering the environmental impact of all aspects of business operations. At Brother Earth, visitors can choose how funds are allocated and see how Brother is contributing to environmental sustainability on a global level. ‘Click for the Earth’ at and Brother will contribute to an environmental conservation project on a consumer’s behalf.

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