About

Dezigna was established in 2007. Our mission was to provide ‘out of the box’ promotional merchandise and clothing that could be customised to the exact needs of our clients, not only providing items that could be a marketing tool but become an income stream.

We began in the childcare industry and were so successful that it saw us grow to servicing the 520+ childcare centres that we currently service today. We expanded our business model to include warehousing our client’s products, and offer ‘pick & dispatch’ services, on demand, to be delivered throughout Australia. We currently utilise five warehouses to house our client’s goods (total capacity is 1200sqm).

Story

In 2014, DI branched into the customised Indigenous merchandise and clothing market. Under the direction of Shannon Baker, DI offered authentic Indigenous artwork services to Corporate, Sporting and Indigenous Event clients. Shannon brings not only his own Indigenous heritage but a wealth of experience in the field of Sport, Event Management and excellent Customer Relations. Born and bred in Townsville, Queensland, with links to the Kalkadoon and Kadjala people, Shannon’s aim is to lift the profile of our Indigenous people and their culture of storytelling through their art. Our first Australians need to be celebrated and respected.

To cater for this direction, it was critical that we engaged the services of a talented Indigenous Graphic Designer, who could provide authentic Indigenous artwork for all our clients designs and storytelling. Together we offer the complete services of Indigenous branding and new designs for clients. Our talented creative team are constantly delighting with their ability to transfer concepts into reality, onto a range of clothing, including Polos, Tees, Jerseys, Shorts, Skirts, Headwear, Swimwear, Bags and accessories.

DI’s amazing vibrant artwork produced on easy wear garments of exceptional quality together with our ability to apply the same, to a huge range of merchandise, shine a light on our rich Indigenous culture and community. These services have seen the business experience exponential growth as very happy, excited clients spread the word.

These capabilities along with our own in-house sublimation department, for sampling and small urgent orders, offer our clients a superior service. Our considerable experience has been gained, working with clients, across our nation who have required specific and original designs, resulting in a significant portfolio of sensational clothing!

Of course, this level of success requires awesome staff! Dezigna’s team has all been hand-picked (some have been head-hunted!) and this has resulted in outstanding commitment to customer service and satisfaction. The team members work tirelessly to gain access to every product you can possibly think of and offer the design experience to bring clients brands, designs and ideas to life!

Our WHY - "Passionately doing whatever it takes"

With a passion for design, quality and helping people make dreams a reality, we guarantee you’ll find doing business with us, an absolute pleasure!
Dezigna is ever investing in improved production and Total Quality Management solutions and efficient product distribution methods, to remain an Industry leader. Continuous improvement is embedded in our Quality Management processes to ensure that a high quality product is produced for the client every time. Our unifying principles of quality are:

  • Complete focus on the client’s requirements
  • Continuous observance of best practices
  • A focus on continuous improvement
  • Active involvement of staff in the improvement process
  • Respect for all staff, their knowledge and input

We are committed to sustainability, and to incorporating environmental considerations into planning and execution of our contracts. We are committed to recycling and developing new strategies to deal with the waste we are responsible for.

We recognise the proper management of Workplace, Health and Safety as ranking equally with all other operational considerations. We incorporate the requirements of the Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 in our day-to-day activities and job planning. We achieve these objectives by developing and implementing appropriate policies and procedures which document standards and guide Managers, Supervisors and employees in carrying out their responsibilities.

Shannon Baker

Managing Director

Jasmine Thorpe

Business Development Manager

Renee Hammond

Business Manager

Bianca Hurdle

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Lowra Koraba

Indigenous Liaison Officer

Ross Wilson

CLIENT ACCOUNT MANAGER

Gary Thorpe

IT/STRATEGIC PLANNING

Jaegan

Marketing Manager

Phil Hammond

WAREHOUSE MANAGER

Billy Tolcher

WAREHOUSE OFFICER

Courtney Wilson

Client Account Support

Lara Smith-Koraba

Operations Assistant

Lisa Thorpe

ADMIN SUPPORT

Organisational Structure

These capabilities along with our own in-house sublimation department, for sampling and small urgent orders, offer our clients a superior service. Our considerable experience has been gained, working with clients, across our nation who have required specific and original designs, resulting in a significant portfolio of sensational clothing!

Of course, this level of success requires awesome staff! Dezigna’s team has all been hand-picked (some have been head-hunted!) and this has resulted in outstanding commitment to customer service and satisfaction. The team members work tirelessly to gain access to every product you can possibly think of and offer the design experience to bring clients brands, designs and ideas to life!

Business Continuity

Dezigna Impression’s Business Continuity Plan incorporates the Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Recovery (PPRR) framework. Each of the four key elements is represented by a part in the Business Continuity Planning Process.

• Prevention – Risk Management planning
Incorporates the Prevention element that identifies and manages thelikelihood and/or effects of risk associated with an incident.
• Preparedness – Business Impact Analysis
Incorporates the Preparedness element that identifies and prioritisesthe key activities of a business that may be adversely affected by any
disruptions.
• Response – Incident Response planning
Incorporates the Response element and outlines immediate actionstaken to respond to an incident in terms of containment, control and
minimising impacts.
• Recovery – Recovery Planning
Incorporates the Recovery element that outlines actions taken to recover from an incident in order to minimise disruption and recovery times.

As part of the Business Continuity Plan, we regularly undertake a Business Impact Analysis, which will use the information in our Risk Management Plan to assess the identified risks and impacts in relation to critical activities of our business and determine basic recovery requirements.

charity

We are a proud sponsor of the Arthur Beetson Foundation in conjunction with Murri Rugby League. We welcome the opportunity to give back to community as often as we are able.

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Dezigna Impression would like to acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which our company is located and where we conduct our business. We pay respects to ancestors and Elders, both past and present.