Every shop’s goal is to be memorable to their customers, and there’s arguably no better way to be unforgettable than a pun. A new contest in Britain is honouring the business with the best pun in their name. With contenders like ‘Frying Nemo’ fish and
Google has released its consumer barometer, which sheds light on how people behave online. The search giant has found the internet is key when it comes to shopping both online and offline. Google’s insights are not to be underestimated, as 78 percent of Kiwi consumers
Kiwis spending up large on overseas sites has been a topic dominating headlines the past few months, but no one has stopped to ask: Why are Kiwi consumers straying to overseas sites? We explore why people are doing it and what businesses like Mighty Ape
Rose Hope is a young entrepreuner and co-owner of two businesses, The Bread and Butter Letter boutique, and Crushes, an in-house and wholesale lifestyle brand. She wants retailers and shoppers to consider the wider impact of cheap clothing and rapidly-cycling trends.
There’s a growing trend away from CBD retailing and into shopping precincts, Bayleys real estate says. Its research has found retail is booming in Hamilton’s urban boundaries and Tauranga’s suburban shopping areas, but declining in the two towns’ CBDs. This trend is widespread around New
Auckland jewellery company Kagi has tapped into the power of charity partnerships with its ‘Hope Drops’ line.