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Why traditional POS is being threatened by new customer journeys

  • In Association with eStar
  • March 21, 2017
Why traditional POS is being threatened by new customer journeys

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.

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Be the hub: insights into becoming the community cornerstone

  • Opinion
  • March 17, 2017
  • Juanita Neville-Te Rito
Be the hub: insights into becoming the community cornerstone

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.

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How in-store aesthetics drive business

  • In Association with Spaceworks
  • March 16, 2017
How in-store aesthetics drive business

Deciding whether to go with white or cream on your store’s walls may feel like a trivial matter, but actually, it’s anything but. Interior design is a serious business powered by analytical choices, says Spaceworks’ Lizzi Whaley.

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For retailers, by retailers: George & Willy moves into retail items

  • Design
  • March 15, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
For retailers, by retailers: George & Willy moves into retail items

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.

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