Harvey Norman has partnered with Singapore Management University (SMU) who recently launched a centre focused on generating information that retailers can use to improve their businesses.Read More
We’re delighted to announce the launch of Facebook Messenger Notifications for Harvey Norman (in New Zealand, Ireland, Singapore, & Malaysia) a new method for keeping you up-to-date about your orders via Facebook Messenger.Read More
Harvey Norman Tallaght in Ireland is now open! We cut the red ribbon with giant scissors and opened the doors to our 60,000 sq. ft. flagship store Monday morning. Joined by many special guests, staff and media partners, we are thrilled to welcome our customers to our biggest store in the country.Read More
Mon, Jul 17, 2017 - 09:35AM Media Release, NRL
Women’s Indigenous All Stars player Samartha Leisha joined a host of Harvey Norman Women in League round supporters today, including the round’s founder and Harvey Norman CEO Katie Page and NRL CEO Todd Greenberg, to officially launch the 11th year of the round (Round 20).
Samartha’s story is at the centre of the NRL’s latest ‘Power For Change’ campaign released as part of the round and showcases the perseverance and commitment undertaken by Leisha to follow her dreams from a young age to play rugby league.
"My Dad played rugby league but I never got to see him play because he passed away when I was two," Leisha recalled as part of her story.
"The inspiration behind me wanting to play rugby league is that I want his legacy to live on within me and within my children as well.
"I share the passion for the game that he shared and it gives me a lot of confidence just knowing that rugby league runs in the family.
"To me, rugby league is great for women and women are great for rugby league."
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg paid tribute to Samartha’s story and said he had no doubt that many would be inspired by her.
"Our game is better for the inclusion and support of women like Samartha playing and participating in the game they love," Mr Greenberg said.
"Female participation continues to be the fastest growing area of our game and we are determined to forge greater opportunities for women on and off the field.
"This includes the recent announcement of increased pathways programs from age six through to open level, ensuring that we not only have the quality of female players coming through the ranks, but also the quantity to sustain and strengthen all levels of the game."
This year’s Women In League round will include a total of nine matches, including the Women’s Interstate Challenge between New South Wales and Queensland to take place at WIN Stadium as part of a double-header prior to the Dragons taking on the Sea Eagles.
Tickets are available for the Interstate Challenge and all matches atwww.nrl.com/tickets with a host of celebrations planned at games across the round.
Be it rugby league, Australian rules football, touch football, motorsport or triathlons, women have made it known that gender is not a factor for competing at an elite level. A proud sponsor of women in sport for over a decade, Harvey Norman is a strong supporter of female athletes getting the recognition they deserve.Read More
Gerry Harvey is the undisputed retail king of Australia. He founded one of the most profitable businesses to list on the ASX, Harvey Norman. Harvey is captivating. A deep thinker, he expresses the need for people to take risks early in their careers to break away.Read More
Harvey Norman is a proud sponsor of the NRL and Women in League Round. Celebrations will occur across Round 20 (July 20th – 23rd), with a highlight being the double-header on Sunday July 23rd at WIN Stadium in Wollongong where the Women’s Interstate Challenge – a NSW vs QLD State of Origin match – will kick off at 11.45am, followed by the St George Illawarra Dragons vs Manly Sea Eagles game at 2.05pm.See you at the game! Read More
Harvey Norman chief operating officer John Slack-Smith said the retail giant already had a graduate program and strong partnership with TAFE to mentor and encourage young people into the business. “We are really looking for people who have got great personalities, a good work ethic and at its most fundamental who enjoy working with people,” he said.Read More
Supercars’ association has seen Harvey Norman back Swiss driver Simona De Silvestro’s entry into the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship this season. Pictured: Simona de Silvestro with her Harvey Norman Nissan Supercar.Read More
"We have focused on improving our product ranges, optimising our inventory and logistics processes, focusing on store and operational efficiencies, and refinement of our marketing and brand positioning,” said the directors.Read More
Harvey Norman is preparing to open its biggest ever store later this year, according to Gerry Harvey. The Auburn store in Sydney’s western suburbs, which is currently under renovation, will open in mid-September.Read More
Harvey Norman has showcased the strength of the nation’s furniture, electrical and households goods categories at a time when clothing and apparel chains are mired in recession-like conditions, boasting yesterday in an unscheduled sales update that comparable store sales had bounced 4.8 per cent in the four months to April.Read More
Harvey Norman backed SUPERCARS newcomer Simona De Silvestro has set her sights set on a maiden top-10 finish after a promising start to her championship career.The Swiss driver sits 19th in the championship after three championship events and has improved her results at consecutive events.Read More
Harvey Norman Springvale, have created a STEAM Space where kids can experience learning through play. From Coding, to Electronics, Science & Art, Kids will be entertained for hours with big brands, like LittleBits, MakeBlock, Strawbees, Chibitronics, and Primo-Toys.Read More
Harvey Norman has opened a new store at Booval, Ipswich giving the retailer a larger presence in South East Queensland. The destination store is almost twice the size of the previous store that was located in the Ipswich Mall with furniture, bedding and flooring added to existing computers and electricals.Read More