Australian Unity named in Australia’s most trusted brands

10 May 2022

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Australian Unity has been named one of Australia's Most Trusted Brands in the annual Reader's Digest awards.

Australian Unity won Most Trusted Brand in the Home Care Victoria/Tasmania category and was awarded a Highly Commended in the aged care and retirement villages category.

Independent and Assisted Living CEO Kevin McCoy said the company was proud to be named as one of Australia’s most trusted brands.

“Every time we speak to our customers, trust is what they say they value the most,” Mr McCoy said.

“Trust is something we need to earn and maintain, and trust starts with listening to our customers and then providing them products and services that improve their wellbeing.

“To be recognised in this way is a big vote of confidence in the way we go about things.”

Mr McCoy said despite our growth over the years, our focus remains to enhance the wellbeing of our members, customers and our community. 

“As a wellbeing company, we’re continuously working to improve the way we do things to benefit our customers,” Mr McCoy said.

“We help our customers thrive by offering exceptional services, communities and places that maximise independence and are tailored to meet our customers unique needs and choices. 

“Whether it's our home or disability services, retirement communities and aged care homes, we'll partner with our customers to ensure they get the most out of each day.”


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About Australian Unity
Established in 1840, Australian Unity is a member-owned wellbeing company with 260,000 members and more than 700,000 customers. Our range of health, wealth and care products and services provides member, customer and community value that is supportive of personal and community wellbeing.

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