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Scott Evans

Mosaic Brands Limited | Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
Mr Evans has a wealth of experience in international retailing, having led both private and public companies for nearly 30 years. He is highly regarded as a "turnaround specialist" and has successfully transformed several prominent brands from loss-making to profitable. Scott began his career in the United Kingdom with Mark's and Spencer and later became the Managing Director of Greenwoods Menswear, where he facilitated the sale of the business to Chinese brand Bosideng. He then relocated to Australia and joined Specialty Fashion Group, where he held leadership positions at Millers and Crossroads, two significant retail chains at the time. Scott subsequently became the CEO of Bras N Things under the BBRC Group. He assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer at Noni B, overseeing a chain of 220 stores. Under his leadership, Noni B acquired the Pretty Girl Fashion Group, which included brands such as Rockmans, W.Lane, and beme. Scott orchestrated the acquisition of several brands, including Millers, Autograph, Rivers, Crossroads, and Katies, from the Speciality Fashion Group, resulting in the formation of Mosaic Brands, a conglomerate of nine brands and one of the largest specialty retailers in Australia.

Company and Roles

Company
Title
Tenure
Since
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Managing Director
9yrs, 6mthNov 2014

Holding

Company
Last Notice
Direct Shares
Indirect Shares
Options
Convertibles
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
30/08/234,303,7908,850,376N/AN/A

Transactions

Company
Date
Type
Amount
Price
Value
Notes
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
01/11/22
Issued
880,369$0.063$55,062Conversion of convertible notes
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
01/11/22
Exercise
214,000$0.257$55,062Conversion of convertible notes
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
21/06/22
Buy
656,000$0.230$150,814On-market trade
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
21/06/22
Buy
100,000$0.220$22,000On-market trade
MOZ
Mosaic Brands Limited
17/06/22
Buy
193,020$0.209$40,437On-market trade