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Emanuel Perdis

Emanuel Perdis is Managing Director of the Australian-owned Napoleon Perdis company founded thirteen years ago by Napoleon Emanuel and Soula-Marie Perdis.Today, the $80M company boasts over fifty Concept Stores and over 35 David...

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Emanuel Perdis's Biography

Emanuel Perdis is Managing Director of the Australian-owned Napoleon Perdis company founded thirteen years ago by Napoleon Emanuel and Soula-Marie Perdis.


Today, the $80M company boasts over fifty Concept Stores and over 35 David Jones Napoleon Perdis counters throughout Australia, complement by over 650 salon and pharmacy stockists of the brand throughout Australia, NZ USA and Canada. The brand has recently launched itself successfully in the USA and Canada via elite yet extensive distribution in owned Concept stores, The Hudson Bay in Canada and very soon to be launched in over 25 concept stores throughout Westfield USA malls.
As the world’s largest makeup academy, Napoleon Perdis Make-Up Academy boasts 7 world class campuses in Hollywood, Paddington, Sydney, Parramatta, Melbourne, Gold Coast and Brisbane. The programs delivered are teaching pupils make-up techniques that range from the most natural looks to the latest in fashion.
Emanuel Perdis, an instrumental figure involved in starting the Napoleon make-up phenomenon is the Managing Director but also an inspiring and passionate Executive Coach, Speaker, Mediator, Mentor, Trainer, and Homeopathic Counsellor.
On a personal note, he's remained successfully married for over 10 years to Antonia and is the father to his 6 year old daughter, Christiana.
Emanuel Perdis’s most popular presentation is “From Rags to Runway”. In this story of spirit, daring and determination, Emanuel Perdis shares the secrets of how he designed his wildly successful life.
Share in this inspiring story of how a chubby, wog-boy with glasses from a working class family hit the big time in a very unlikely way.