Nad’s by Sue Ismiel and Daughters: Client Welcome

By Shai Coggins, Digital Specialist | Blog

Aug 20

Sue Ismiel and Daughters
From ingredients found around the home, Sue Ismiel built an international company right from her kitchen. This year, Nad’s by Sue Ismiel and Daughters, a family-owned Australian beauty company, is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

And, as part of the celebrations, the company has a number of activities lined up, including launching a world first product.

Nad’s invited Vervely to be a part of this exciting milestone moment to assist in their online community engagement work.

Nad's Hair Removal Products
With a history of engaging with bloggers and social influencers, Nad’s is committed to building and developing these relationships with the online community as part of their core approach.

Nad’s is also a keen supporter of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association of Australia, Inc (POSAA) a registered charity that offers support to women with PCOS. They also aim “to promote understanding and awareness of the syndrome and encourage research into PCOS.” With ‘excessive unwanted hair’ being one of the side effects of PCOS, Sue Ismiel and Daughters committed to helping this organisation.

You can read more about this company and their story over at the CEO’s message, which was delivered at an event during the International Women’s Day.

Currently, Nad’s products are available in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, and the UK.

Nad's World FirstWe look forward to sharing some exciting news about Nad’s world first product for both men and women this coming September.

You can connect with Nad’s on social media:

You can also follow Founder and CEO, Sue Ismiel on Twitter.


About the Author

Shai Coggins is the Manager and Chief Digital Media Specialist at Vervely, an Australia-based agency serving local and international clients. One of the company's main clients is Microsoft. Shai has been featured in a number of media due to her online work, including being named as one of Fast Company's "Most Influential Women in Technology" list (2009).

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