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You’re invited to kickstart the retail new year 2018

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  • February 5, 2018
  • The Register team
You’re invited to kickstart the retail new year 2018

NZ Retail and The Register are holding an event not to be missed for Retail NZ members, associates, our best contributors, clients and anyone in retail who wants to start the year off right. 

NZ Retail / The Register and Latitude Financial.

Where? Città Design Newmarket 8/10 Morrow St.
When? Wednesday 14th February 7.30am - 9am. 

NZ Retail and The Register are holding an event not to be missed for Retail NZ members, associates, our best contributors, clients and anyone in retail who wants to start the year off right.

Join us for your Wednesday morning as out panelists examine the year that’s been; consider what’s coming in 2018; investigate what Amazon’s up to in Australia; and explore the future of payments with retail finance company GEM Latitude Financial Services.

Our panelists:

Editor of NZ Retail – Sarah Dunn

Founder and director of strategy RetailX – Juanita Neville Te-Rito

Head of Product for Visa New Zealand and South Pacific - Riaz Nasrabadi

Commercial Director Latitude Financial Services – Peter Newton

This is sponsored by Latitude Financial Services, New Zealand and Australia’s leading consumer finance business. Latitude has forged solid, long term partnerships with some of the region’s most iconic and successful retailers.

There will be breakfast, coffee and tea, so come along for an inspirational morning of advice and networking to make 2018 your best year yet.

Hang around after and enjoy as much coffee as you need to slow the start to your Wednesday.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

Also big thanks to Città Design for hosting us on this occasion at their beautiful Newmarket store.

Register here at Eventbrite. We look forward to seeing you there.

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First Looks: Inside the VIP Krispy Kreme opening

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  • February 23, 2018
  • Courtney Devereux
First Looks: Inside the VIP Krispy Kreme opening

The Register was lucky enough to be invited to the VIP opening of Krispy Kreme’s first New Zealand store. The opening included a tour of the new distribution centre and even a make-your-own doughnut experience.

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