Like Forrest Gump once said, life – or more accurately, customers – are like a box of chocolates, as you never know which one you’re going to get. Here’s a bunch of problems that people who have done their dues in a shop or café
The privately-held Briscoe Group has taken over a 19.9 percent shareholding of embattled retailer Kathmandu. Whether it will be able to revive the outdoor clothing and equipment company is undetermined, but Kathmandu’s shares have already jumped.
Everybody seems to be swept up in the excitement surrounding contactless payments, but many seem to be lacking the knowledge about it. Smartpay has found in a survey that 71 percent want more education on what contactless payments are and how they work.
The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG, Paul Keane, explores what retailers can learn from the Greek economic crisis.
The latest CEO pay results are out and a few of retail’s big players have had their paychecks revealed. Pay inequality has been a major point of discussion worldwide, so we explored how the CEO’s pay compares to that of the average retail worker.
The recent demise of two long-established Kiwi department stores has sparked concern in the retail sector. With Arthur Barnett merging with H & J Smith and Kirkcaldie & Stains sold to Australian chain David Jones, does this spell the end of the Kiwi department store?
Whittaker’s has done it again, releasing a new limited edition flavour-fusion with Tip Top’s Jelly Tip, but perhaps New Zealanders are feeling a bit exhausted of its attempts at innovation, as many have flocked to Twitter to suggest some of their own ideas for a