Lotto New Zealand has opened the doors of its first concept store to Westfield St Lukes. The store is the first of its kind in the country, as it will act as a retail test environment for ideas, a place for customers to play games
Facebook today revealed its first piece of Kiwi market research. The statistical breakdown of how New Zealanders use Facebook was carried out by Nielsen Media Research, and was presented to representatives from digital media and marketing organisations in Auckland.
While price tags are both loved and loathed by customers, there’s no denying looking at the price tag is the make or break moment in the path to purchase. The Register looks into its intricacies and how potential parity with the Australian dollar will affect
The Baptists World Aid’s 2015 Fashion Report has found just five percent of companies it surveyed are paying international suppliers workers a living wage that meets their basic needs. The survey, which assesses the ethical practices of 128 clothing brands, aims to increase awareness around
Before he became the ‘Hairy Javelin’, international cricket hero, Grant Elliott was Retail NZ’s business development manager. In a segment for TVNZ’s Seven Sharp last night, he invited a camera crew into his life off the pitch.
The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG, Paul Keane, discusses the four property and retail issues that have caught his attention this week: the potential for GST to be added to on online sales, the syndication of another shopping centre, the
Vending machines which accept batteries instead of currency have been introduced in Russia to tackle a growing pollution problem.