This week Stolen Girlfriends Club, one of New Zealand’s most successful and iconic fashion brands, launched their first-ever retail store. In a highly non-traditional move from online to brick and mortar, the brand is leading the next wave of retail through beautiful store design and
We already know you just can't beat the Mad Butcher's meat. Now he's teamed up with Dick Smith to show you just can't beat their "mad" consumer electronics deals.
Launched late last year, AskNicely is the brainchild of Auckland enterpreneurs Aaron Ward and John Ballinger. The online platform is billed as a more cost-effective alternative to the “gold standard” Net Promoter Score – it enables businesses to send out one-question, one-click surveys to their
The most valuable global brands have no physical stores. WPP’s global marketing and brand consultancy Millward Brown carries out its ‘BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands’ study every year, looking at consumer perceptions and financial performance.
New Zealand businesses now have an easy way to find, buy and manage business applications all in one place, Spark says. Its new fully integrated marketplace allows Kiwi companies to buy and manage a range of software, using a single login on one bill.
A survey from ecommerce platform Shopify has found that if you’re selling antiques and collectibles, digital products or books and magazines, Facebook is not the be all and end all for your business. Here’s some food for thought surrounding which products sell best on which
Premium footwear retailer Scarpa has opened up a new store in Auckland’s luxury brand precinct in Queens Arcade, joining brands like Gucci and Dior. The company and its designers, property, design and research agency RCG, say they've come together to create a luxury oasis.
In response to our story on Quenched NZ, the director of Alcohol Healthwatch, Rebecca Williams, has responded. She says it’s worth considering banning selling alcohol online altogether.
Green Cross Health, which owns and operates Unichem and Life pharmacies, has reported a 5.3 percent growth in its pharmacies. This builds on 2014’s negative 1.3 percent growth, which happened around the same time as the company was transitioning from its former name, Pharmacybrands. We