Top Shop Awards 2017 entry extended

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  • March 17, 2017
  • The Register team
Top Shop Awards 2017 entry extended

Good news for last-minute people - Retail NZ has extended the deadline for entry into its Top Shop Awards until March 27. 

The awards are run by Retail NZ to celebrate New Zealand's top retailers. Anyone can enter, not just Retail NZ members, and the awards are open to retail businesses of all sizes. A single entry fee allows retailers to enter up to three of the below categories:

Best Small Retailer.
Best Large Retailer.
Customer Experience Award.
Investment in People Award.
Innovation Award.
Visual Merchandising Award.
Up and Coming Retailer Award.
Omichannel Award.
Pureplay Etailer Award.
People's Choice Award.
Supreme National Award.

Enter via Retail NZ's website here.

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Retail start-ups you should know: SeekStock

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  • March 29, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Retail start-ups you should know: SeekStock

When it comes to shopping, young people have expectations that retailers are struggling to understand, let alone fulfill. Technology is a big part of that, and mobile, in particular, is where it’s at. We spoke to the Millennial founders of two Kiwi start-ups which are set to make an impact on the retail industry during 2017. First up: SeekStock.

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Tributes after tragic passing of Farmers chief executive Rod McDermott

  • Who's Where
  • March 28, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Tributes after tragic passing of Farmers chief executive Rod McDermott

The man who guided Farmers through its 100th anniversary, the launch of its phenomenally successful club card network and its new Auckland flagship, among other seismic changes, has been tragically killed in a car accident. Rod McDermott spent 25 years with Farmers and a decade as its CEO before stepping down at the end of 2016.

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