FlexiGroup is targeting millennials with its new Oxipay product that fulfils their desire to manage their money without racking up long-term debt.
Popular foodie destination, The Lucky Taco, now offers customers home delivered ‘ready to assemble’ bundles under its new brand, Lucky Street Meal Kits. Owners Sarah and Otis Frizzell are the masterminds behind both ventures, we spoke to Sarah about the new offerings and what fans of The Lucky Taco now have to look forward to.
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Today’s omnichannel retail environment demands one thing above all others, says LookDepot managing director Andy Mackie: consistency. It’s tough to ensure a consistent look and style for retailers’ online presence if several different people or organisations are involved, but with the machines Mackie is importing and selling, it’s possible to bring marketing, photography and visual merchandising in-house.
The best way to predict the future is to be the one creating it, says futurist Dave Wild. Despite concerning predictions about the future, Wild believes our future is a bright one.
There’s a new retailer in town and all it sells are cheese pastries. Not just any cheese pastries, however: Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart sells, yes, Hokkaido-style baked cheese tarts.
Heritage retail company Banks Shoes was recently pulled out of liquidation after being bought by a group of investors headed by a member of the Bank family. The survival of the Banks Shoes brand has got RCG's Paul Keane thinking about the value of a solid brand.
New Zealand Post has introduced a new delivery service which lets Kiwi online shoppers pay $12 upfront for an unlimited number of fees-free deliveries from participating ecommerce retailers. The scheme, Shipmate, will be trialled from next week.
The robots are coming. Everywhere you turn, people are talking about chatbots and retail automation. It makes a lot of sense. We have data in ubiquitous supply and computers that can process pretty much anything. So why wouldn’t we automate our marketing and customer services, put our feet up and wait for the money to roll in?