Sylvia Park shopping centre's adventure zone consists of Kathmandu, Macpac and Bivouac Outdoor. All these stores are housed on its second level, so it had to do something special to catch the ground floor shoppers' eyes. An abseiler dangling from the ceiling is sure to
Sales have long been the call to action for Kiwi customers keen to get a bargain, but when does the sale price become the recommended retail price? A Consumer NZ study found eight items at Briscoes and Farmers were on sale for at least two
Lisa Nicks is ERP sales manager for Fusion5. This organisation was founded in 2002, and covers ecommerce, ERP, CRM, HR and payroll, customer experience and IT service management solutions across various vendor products. The Register found out more.
Cam Ward is the general manager of operations at Thanks, a clothing store founded by Lower clothing owner Jake Pyne. The first store opened in Mount Maunganui, then online, Palmerston North, Napier and Hastings soon followed. The online store offers free delivery and as a
Harvey Norman got itself in a bit of a pickle when a site glitch allowed customers to buy items worth thousands of dollars were bought by customers for under $100. We look at other cases of pricing mishaps and what retailers can do this situation.
PGG Wrightson (PGGW) is a leading provider to the agricultural sector, offering a wide range of products, services and solutions to growers, farmers and processors in New Zealand and internationally. In this case study, brought to you by Intergen, we see how seamless information can
World leading Merino clothing company, Icebreaker, has grown significantly since its establishment in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1995. In this case study, brought to you by Intergen, we see how Icebreaker created a cornerstone for a truly global business.
David Morrison is the CMO for NZRS Ltd, the organisation responsible for the technical operation of the .nz country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD). NZRS Ltd is a subsidiary of InternetNZ. The Register asked him what retailers needed to know about domain names.
Nick Paulsen is the founder of Clash Boutique, a clothing outlet which formerly had a bricks and mortar store in Newmarket. In this challenging retail environment, Paulsen decided to go close the store and focus on its online offering. Clash customers can still get an
Floundering Kiwi childrenswear retailer Pumpkin Patch has delivered a worse loss than it previously indicated in its latest financial results announcement, but it’s not giving up yet. It has reduced net bank debt by approx $20 million in the past year and has secured banking