After 27 years.

Shriro general manager of housewares, Maver Sims has decided to leave the company after 27 years to pursue other interests, effective June 2017. Shriro operations manager, Anthony Hill, who has been with the company for six years, will succeed Sims. He holds a Masters of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business and is a member of CPA Australia.

Maver Sims

Sims began her career with Shriro in Chatswood as a sales merchandiser within the Casio division and later fulfilled a number of roles eventuating in her current position of general manager for the housewares division.

During her time, Sims introduced a range of household names on the Australian market, being successful in many campaigns including Moulinex, Krups, Gaggia, Everdure, Omega Altise and Everdure by Heston Blumenthal.

Anthony Hill

Shriro CEO, Mike Westrup said, “Through hard work and performance, Maver rose to a very senior position within Shriro in an industry traditionally dominated by males. Her experience and industry knowledge has been a great source over the years with the company, and while she will be greatly missed by friends and colleagues, we wish her every success for her future endeavours.”