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The Consequential Truth of Cyber Crime

  • In Association with NZI
  • August 16, 2017
The Consequential Truth of Cyber Crime

There are estimated to be 500,000 companies in New Zealand - more than half of those businesses don’t have a cyber crime response plan, according to PWC’s 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey.

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The anatomy of a cyber attack

Have you ever wondered how susceptible your business is to a cyber attack? Find out what happened when a small beauty business owner named Paige, ...

 
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Aussie wine retailer Vinomofo wants to go “full grassroots” in New Zealand

  • News
  • August 15, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Aussie wine retailer Vinomofo wants to go “full grassroots” in New Zealand

Australian wine company Vinomofo differentiates itself in the crowded liquor sales market by taking a members-only approach to wine sales online. Co-founder and chief executive Justin Dry met with The Register on a recent trip to New Zealand as the company seeks to strengthen connections with its 20,000 Kiwi “mofos” in preparation for a bigger push into our market.

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The retail salary guide

In an industry where every dollar matters, NZ Retail and Frontline Retail have teamed up to help retailers understand what salaries their staff are seeking.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Flick Electric Co. is Energy Retailer of the Year

  • News
  • August 10, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Flick Electric Co. is Energy Retailer of the Year

Three-year-old electricity retailer Flick Electric Co. has been honoured at the Deloitte Energy Excellence Awards with the Retailer of the Year award. We chatted with its chief executive about Steve O’Connor about what it’s like being a newcomer in the highly competitive electricity market.

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Food lovers rejoice: Introducing Lucky Street meal kits

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  • August 10, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
Food lovers rejoice: Introducing Lucky Street meal kits

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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Climate change: an upcoming retail reality

Whether you personally believe in climate change or not, it’s clear that your customers do, and they want to see retailers taking decisive action to ...

 
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