The moments that define us
With a team of 40, we dress over 300,000 Australians every day across corporate, retail, healthcare, hospitality, automotive, fitness, industrial and beauty industries.
We’re proud of the history we’re creating, and we’d love to help create yours.
A new approach to uniforms
21-year-old Pamela Jabbour starts Total Image Group with a vision to change the uniform supply industry to focus on fashionable and functional uniforms representing a brand’s story. She makes 100 calls a day for a year, using lists from the White Pages.
The first sale
The first uniform contract was 100 polo shirts for Majestic Cinema. And we still work with them today.
The marketing evolution
New uniforms often means new branding. From the beginning, we’ve stood out by offering marketing tools to support you to communicate about your new look.
From photo shoots and fashion shows to emails and staff consultation, we showcase new uniform concepts to engage staff.
The turning point
TIG supplies 25,000 staff new uniforms for a major Australian retailer across 180 stores.
Reaching long-term goals
TIG achieve a long-term goal to design uniforms for Woolworths Petrol and Woolworths Supermarkets. That’s 120,000 employees Australia wide across 900 locations.
TIG take over the Tradebond China team as our specialist team to supervise the entire manufacturing and quality control process.
Permanent digs in Marrickville
TIG moves to a new office and warehouse in Marrickville, a historic hub for the original rag trade industries. Finding a forever home kicks off bedding down an internal culture we’re proud of.
In demand uniform consultants
Recognition rolls in as big name clients consult with us on uniform design and development.
Companies like FORD Australia, Kennedy Healthcare and Pandora engage TIG to design their uniform ranges with a focus on function and contemporary design.
Expanding through acquisition
TIG acquires Actioncorp to build momentum after rapid growth, with full retention of clients and employees.
Entrepreneur award nomination for Pamela Jabbour
Founder and CEO Pamela Jabbour is a finalist in the Eastern Region of the 2017 EY Entrepreneur of the Year.
Dressing a national team on an international stage
The team are humbled by an invitation to design and manufacture the 2018 Winter Olympics uniform, usually the domain of Australian fashion designers.
Embracing history at the SCG new chapter of the SCG
TIG design and manufacture new uniforms for staff of the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust. The design pays homage to the heritage of the SCG.
Going for gold in PyeongChang
TIG continue their Olympic success as Official Supplier of the Formal and Team Reception Uniforms for PyeongChang 2018.
Next Level Online Experience
TIG launches a game changing integrated e-commerce platform supporting over 60 online stores.