The Retail Collective's Juanita Neville-Te Rito speaks with Andrea van der Meel from SeekStock about how retailers can boost staff engagement.
Farmers newest Autumn/Winter season collection comes in to stores starting March 19. But how will the use of luxe fabrics come into play?
The increasing expectations and sophistication of the in-store experience is evolving rapidly, there has been a lot of attention and effort put into this as retailers have responded to the increasing reach of online retailers. eStar’s Chief Technology Officer, Matt Neale explains more.
Google Shopping has recently launched into New Zealand and the significantly lower price to advertise may put smaller Kiwi businesses ahead.
In a retail partnership with JB Hi-Fi, a new smartphone brand has entered the Kiwi market. Oppo hopes to be the third-most-popular smartphone in New Zealand.
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Bringing the term ‘downunder’ new meaning Australian fashion label brand Mojo Downunder sets its aim towards New Zealand’s markets.
One of the typical challenges in the development of a retailer’s network is how you can bring to life your brand proposition in a consistent way that serves as a beacon to shoppers, that is not only effective and cost efficient, but engaging to the local catchment? Juanita Neville-Te Rito from The Retail Collective explores this question.
The Warehouse group are being applauded by the New Zealand Breastfeeding Alliance (NZBA) after customers are being welcomed to breastfeed anywhere in the store.
Lululemon is the queen of the activewear retailers. Its attention to the in-store environment is legendary, but what about the technology behind its products? We picked the brains of Tom Waller, one of the Better By Design CEO Summit's key speakers, and found out there’s more to this brand than meets the eye.
Queensgate Shopping Centre has opened again after an earthquake centred around Kaikoura saw its partial closure in November of 2016.
Briscoe Group has had another record financial year as net profits rise to 59.4 million NZD or 26.5 cents per share.
Mobile trader Sales Concepts were fined $145k after misrepresentation and dodgy contracts surrounding Christmas bundle payment and delivery service.
Mt Maunganui-based company George & Willy has been making waves in the homewares sector for some time. Its products are known for attention to detail and a pared-back, functional aesthetic, and the company specialises in hand-making items which can’t be found anywhere else. Now, it’s turning its attention to store accessories for retailers.