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The Christmas creep starts early

  • Opinion
  • November 2, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
The Christmas creep starts early

True to fashion, retailers have already started rolling out Christmas decorations and themed items - despite it being early November. So, what is Christmas creep and how do retailers benefit from advertising items early to a last-minute society?

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Down the track - railways' lessons for retail

  • Opinion
  • October 31, 2017
  • Greg Harford
Down the track - railways' lessons for retail

More than a century ago, railways were critical to the development of New Zealand as a nation and were a key part of our national infrastructure. Communities clamoured for rail connections, and the railways were the way that we shifted our goods to market.

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How to sell to a Kiwi Millennial

  • Opinion
  • October 19, 2017
  • Brad Mcintyre
How to sell to a Kiwi Millennial

Want to sell to youth (and "youth-adjacent") people in New Zealand today? Then you better think differently, says Eventbrite's Brad McIntyre.

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Paul Keane on the Bayfair expansion

  • Opinion
  • October 17, 2017
  • Paul Keane
Paul Keane on the Bayfair expansion

RCG's Paul Keane looks at the $100 million Bayfair expansion project and why it will the help the centre avoid the risk of further erosion and stiff competition.

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She’ll be right: Growing consumer confidence

  • Opinion
  • September 26, 2017
  • Shyamal Maharaj
She’ll be right: Growing consumer confidence

Over the past year we’ve seen both households and businesses becoming increasingly confident about the economic outlook. Westpac economist Shyamal Maharaj looks at how this confidence is reinforcing expectations for firm economic activity over the coming year.

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Even after a hurricane, Houston retail is booming

  • Opinion
  • September 19, 2017
  • Paul Keane
Even after a hurricane, Houston retail is booming

Hurricane Harvey swept through the US city of Houston a few weeks ago, creating widespread flooding and wreaking havoc. RCG's Paul Keane happens to be visiting, and reports that for Houston retailers, it's already back to business as usual.

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Can we stop talking about the death of retail?

  • Opinion
  • September 18, 2017
  • Vaughan Rowsell
Can we stop talking about the death of retail?

With so many changes happening so fast lately, the retail industry has been feeling a bit apocalyptic. The founder of Vend retail software, Vaughan Rowsell, sees opportunities within the chaos.

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