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Stacey Halliwell recognized for her outstanding effort
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Dec '11
Stacey Halliwell has earned the recognition of Stanford Who's Who as a result of her outstanding effort in the textiles industry. As Director of Upholstery Textiles Sourcing and Quality Assurance with Williams Sonoma Singapore, as well as throughout her brilliant professional career, Stacey has consistently exhibited the passion, vision and dedication necessary to be successful in the business world.

Stacey is an established sourcing and research and development specialist who is responsible for heading the textile sourcing and quality assurance sector for Williams Sonoma in Asia, managing across the supply chain.

Her key roles include business development, textile sourcing and procurement, design and product development, retail development, and supply chain analysis. Stacey has been instrumental in establishing new clients and manufacturing relations for the company.

In addition to her role with Williams Sonoma, Stacey also serves as Creative Director of the Inspirational Sourcing Bureau, a design fashion, retail, product development and sourcing consultancy where she manages a group of 30 retailers in Singapore.

Additionally, Stacey spent 13 years with Polo Ralph Lauren as the Director of Research and Development, where she was responsible for setting up the first design and product team for the company outside of New York. During her collegiate career, Stacey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fashion and Business from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

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