Kirkcaldie & Stains has appointed former managing director Philip Shewell as acting CEO while it searches for a replacement for John Milford. The former CEO of eight years resigned in December to move onto being the CEO of Business Central, which incorporates the Wellington Employers’
Rod Fry – entrepreneur, Système Pi and Moaroom mover and shaker, and general New Zealand design activist – has opened a new bricks and mortar space in France called the Moaroom, dedicated entirely to promoting Kiwi design among the Parisians. Check out Idealog's Q&A with
Mark Powell has resigned from his position as CEO at The Warehouse Group. He says he won’t look for another executive role at a different company. Instead, Powell, who’s a Baptist pastor, wants to pursue his passions in the faith-based not-for-profit sector and as a
Retail occupancy in Hastings has reached its lowest level in 15 years according to a survey by property value and advisors Logan Stone. The firm says the dismal occupancy is due to stores going out of business or relocating to outside of the central business
Natural health is becoming more mainstream as consumers look for alternatives to pharmaceutical medications. Take the rise in natural health shops around the country, such as Health 2000, which has gone from five stores when it opened in 1993 to almost 80 stores today, or
Hallenstein Glasson has emerged from a difficult year with a half-yearly profit of $8.638 million – nearly 40 percent more than what it made this time last year.
Stoppress' Damien Venuto finds out about the real stories that gave inspiration to the Michael Hill Super Bowl spots and learns more about how advertising agency Colenso BBDO is building platforms—rather than creating campaigns—for clients active in international markets.