A Wellington-based booze delivery site called Quenched is going to reopen, after closing temporarily when critics slammed it in news media. The company said in a Facebook status that the party’s not over – it is “refuelling” the site and relaunching online. The Register explores
Pic’s Really Good Peanut Butter has such a loyal following, customers line up to go on free tours through its Stoke factory.
Property consultancy JLL are seeking retailers to occupy high-end premises at Devonport Wharf.
A study conducted by comparison shopping website PriceMe has found that nearly 60 percent of consumers using their mobiles to shop are younger than 35. The distinction is reversed for shoppers using their desktop computer, only 32 percent of whom are in the same demographic.
Superstar ecommerce outfit Mighty Ape has taken over LeftBrain Group Ltd, operator of the one oldest pureplay retailers.
The budget’s out and accounting and business solutions provider MYOB says New Zealand’s SMEs aren’t feeling too chuffed about it. New Zealand SMEs are one of the voices amongst the post-budget announcement grumblings. MYOB says some SMEs in retail and hospitality want tax relief from