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Air New Zealand’s reputation has no weak spots

  • News
  • April 26, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Air New Zealand’s reputation has no weak spots

The latest NZ Corporate Reputation Index has ranked our national carrier New Zealand’s most reputable company, with Toyota again coming in runner-up. This is the fourth year running that the two organisations have been in the top two.

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From farm girl to the bright lights of retail

  • In association with Affin Group
  • April 26, 2017
  • Affin Group
From farm girl to the bright lights of retail

Retail specialists Affin Group would like to introduce their new portfolio manager, Cecile Hayman. Hayman looks forward to serving the retail community in a job she believes is the best in the world – here’s why.

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New rules for children’s nightwear fire-hazard labels

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  • April 24, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
New rules for children’s nightwear fire-hazard labels

If you’re selling children’s clothing, you’d better check the fire-hazard labels – the rules are changing, and they could be out of date by April 18. From that date onwards, it will be illegal to sell product carrying old fire-hazard labels.

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Back in time: My Food Bag celebrates four years

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  • April 21, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
Back in time: My Food Bag celebrates four years

My Food Bag has surpassed the $100m annual revenue mark just four years after it began. With almost 50,000 customers across 18 cities in New Zealand and Australia, My Food Bag is now one of New Zealand's fastest-growing companies.

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