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GoodFor opens a second store in Parnell

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  • February 21, 2018
  • Courtney Devereux
GoodFor opens a second store in Parnell

Popular bulk food retailer GoodFor, has branched out and taken its success out in east Auckland as it opens a new store and distribution centre in Parnell. The move comes less than a year after its launch.

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Why the business world needs more sustainability champions

  • Opinion
  • February 20, 2018
  • Malcolm Rands
Why the business world needs more sustainability champions

As part of Idealog's 'Can we fix it?' month of climate-change content, Ecostore co-founder Malcolm Rands explains why sustainability is now crucial to our planet, our wellbeing, and the economy, as well as sharing some actions businesses can take to move towards this.

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Dyson is doubling down on New Zealand

  • News
  • February 19, 2018
  • Sarah Dunn
Dyson is doubling down on New Zealand

British-owned domestic appliance supplier Dyson is investing in its New Zealand market by opening its first dedicated local office this year. It's also transitioning into handling its own distribution.

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Zara hints at upcoming New Zealand ecommerce store

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  • February 16, 2018
  • Sarah Dunn
Zara hints at upcoming New Zealand ecommerce store

Spanish-owned fast fashion giant Zara sent waves through New Zealand retail when its first Kiwi store opened at Auckland's Sylvia Park shopping centre in October 2016. Now, it's about to introduce online shopping to its New Zealand offering.

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Kickstarting retailers' new year

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  • February 15, 2018
  • The Register team
Kickstarting retailers' new year

Retailers had a tough year in 2017, and 2018 is shaping up to be just as full of change and excitement. At The Register's first event, held at Citta Design in Newmarket and sponsored by Latitude Financial, The Register editor Sarah Dunn and Retail X's Juanita Neville-Te Rito considered Amazon, the future of payments and other factors likely to shape the next 12 months.

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Electric dreams Ubco hits the road with new on-road electric bike

  • Technology
  • February 15, 2018
  • Elly Strang
Electric dreams Ubco hits the road with new on-road electric bike

New Zealand-made e-bike company Ubco has moved from off-roading bikes to dual purpose bikes, launching its new 2x2 model worldwide. The main difference? The bike can be used for both work and play and is certified to be used on-road, meaning anyone with a regular learner’s license can use one to get from A to B.

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Ponsonby pop-up features handmade heirlooms

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  • February 15, 2018
Ponsonby pop-up features handmade heirlooms

Shop Slow is a pop-up store coming to Ponsonby which exhibits local and emerging designers. We spoke to hand crafted jewellry label, Julia Marin, about its involvement with the new exhibition and how collaborations help to grow its individual message.

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Pole position: Andy Cunningham on branding, bro culture, her new book and working with Steve Jobs

  • Technology
  • February 14, 2018
  • Mark Godenho
Pole position: Andy Cunningham on branding, bro culture, her new book and working with Steve Jobs

Andy Cunningham is known best for her role helping to launch the Apple Macintosh, where she worked closely with Steve Jobs. Since those heady days, she has played a key role in the launch of a number of new categories, including video games, personal computers, desktop publishing, digital imaging, RISC microprocessors, software as a service, very light jets and clean tech investing. During a recent visit to New Zealand, she sat down with Mark Godenho to discuss branding, bro-culture and her new book.

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