Retail NZ’s latest Payment Survey for 2018 has shown that merchant fees set by the banks, known as merchant service fees, are twice as high for Kiwis compared to merchants in Australia.
Our newest edition of The Register’s print magazine, NZ Retail, is on its way to a letterbox near you. In it, we explore the highly specialised world of airport retail; explain how retailers can roll with upcoming changes to employment law; take you to not one but two US trade fairs with the International Home + Housewares Show and Shoptalk; trace the ecosystem behind stock units; and take a totally mature and non-salacious look at the hard growth behind adult toy retail.
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Swedish clothing retailer, H&M, has released its latest sustainability report and in doing so has given inside looks into the efforts by the group to further lessen its effect on the environment.
Rebel Sport wants to inspire Kiwis to make the most of each and every day and to do that, it's chosen to showcase someone that lives and breathes that sentiment for its latest campaign – rugby player and firefighter Rebecca Wood.
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Moving into the retail sector, All Blacks has opened its first merchandise store in Auckland Airport in a bid to diversify its income.
The married couple who founded meal-kit retailer My Food Bag are stepping aside from their roles as co-chief executives to transition into governance roles. The business will appoint a new CEO and is expected to make an announcement shortly.
Auckland designer second-hand store Tatty’s has launched a new campaign that puts its enthusiastic and personality-filled staff at front and centre.
What if digital was fool’s gold for marketers? Sold a dream that would never live up to the expectations of the sustainable medium they were promised. Print holds its place in the marketing mix today, more than ever before, as a credible and verifiable medium against its digital competitors. Have marketers gone too far too quick? How are established medias out-performing?