Playing to Win
Recover… Reinvent… Reignite
Simon Sinek talks about playing an infinite game, which means that companies need to keep reinventing themselves to stay relevant, such that they can be passed on from generation to generation.
This is a long-term strategy.
This is exactly what Toly has been doing with our vision of creating a global beauty product development platform.
But for 2021, as a company we need to “play to win, as opposed to playing not to lose or just playing to stay in the game.”
The world has been hit, our industry has been hit, and many companies are just trying to survive.
By focusing on survival, they are rationalising their business, they are making redundancies, they are cutting costs, but they are not focusing on innovation and the future.
Toly is different. Yes, we have lost sales in 2020, but we have continued to invest in our people, in our capabilities, and in creativity.
So let us talk about the next three important words: Recover, Reinvent, and Reignite.
There is still plenty of business available for us, but we must all focus on winning.
This will help us recover faster than our competitors and build a strong platform for future growth and success.
COVID-19 has changed the world, and in some cases there will be no going back.
In the middle of the crisis I said that for Toly: “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, but instead it is about learning how to dance in the rain.”
This is all about reinvention.
How can we connect differently with our customers, with a stronger digital strategy and stronger value proposition, and
How can we focus on offering creative solutions that disrupt the market.
We need to set the market on fire and reignite our passion for this business, to always be one step ahead.
#Makeapositiveimpact the Toly Way
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global economies and affected many businesses. Our core purpose remains to make a positive impact on everyone who touches Toly. In line with that, we would like to thank all employees, customers, and stakeholders for their ongoing support.
Toly pivots its resources together with other Maltese companies to create mechanical breathing device to support local health authorities during the Covid 19 crisis
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has put a strain on the medical and healthcare facilities as well as global economy. It has also highlighted the need for more investment and thought being put into simple medical devices which are specifically design for rapid manufacturing and deployment.
Toly Group Visit Deputy Prime Minister
June 2019 will see Toly Group opening a new manufacturing factory in Malta, with an investment of €20 million. Toly has been manufacturing make-up packaging in Malta since 1971, being the first to launch operations from the Bulebel Industrial Zone. The company employs over 1000 employees worldwide, of which 350 work from Malta.
Toly Launches Fresh New Website
With a fresh look and feel, the new site offers the user the opportunity to navigate through Toly’s extensive products and service offering with ease. Allowing the visitor the ability to appreciate not only Toly’s history but also providing more insight on CSR and awards which resonates with the brand’s motto: passionate about packaging.
Toly signs exclusive partnership with Hung Hing for beauty
With its heritage in plastic packaging, over the past few years Toly has broadened its product offering to include luxury paper packaging. In 2012, Toly formed Toly Deluxe and partnered with Hung Hing Offset Printing to offer its customers luxury rigid paper over board packaging.
Toly Korea Manufacturing officially opens its brand new factory
Earlier this year, Toly's latest manufacturing plant was officially opened - Toly Korea Manufacturing (TKM), in Bucheon City, Seoul. Toly's history in Korea goes back nearly 15 years and today represents over one third of the Group's revenue.
- Milene Ganado
- Company News
- Created 27 Apr 2021
- Modified 19 Jul 2021
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