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The importance of food and beverage to retail

  • Opinion
  • September 30, 2016
  • Aubrey Cheng
The importance of food and beverage to retail

A wider food and beverage offer is an integral component of any global modern retail or shopping centre experience. Manager of retail leasing for Kiwi Property, Aubrey Cheng, shares some insights into why a modern retail experience needs to be supplemented by a hospitality offering.

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New GST rules missing a vital component, Retail NZ says

  • News
  • September 30, 2016
  • Elly Strang
New GST rules missing a vital component, Retail NZ says

New GST legislation for digital services comes into effect tomorrow in New Zealand, but Booksellers NZ and Retail NZ are critical of it. They say while this is good news for big players like Sky TV, the Government is missing the opportunity to collect revenue from low-value goods bought online.

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Celebrity tailor transforms Hurricane Jeans’ Wellington shopfront

  • Design
  • September 29, 2016
  • Elly Strang
Celebrity tailor transforms Hurricane Jeans’ Wellington shopfront

To celebrate Wellington’s World of Wearable Art (WOW) competition, locally owned retailer Hurricane Jeans has a secret weapon up its sleeve. It employed the help of tailor to the stars, Levi’s Haus of Strauss’ Matt Stone, to design some eye-catching wearable artworks for its window.

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