When it comes to the in-store experience, insurance stores aren’t what pops into mind straight away as a retail leader. AMI Insurance plans to change that with its new store fit out, which focuses on creating a new face-to-face experience for customers.
A report into slavery in Indonesia by the Associated Press has linked potential human rights abuses to cat food brands Iams and Fancy Feast.
Good old Kiwi fish and chips are typically considered an oily affair, featuring a bunch of battered fish and some chips hastily chucked into a takeaway newspaper wrapping. Dale Keith, owner and head chef of The Chippery, opened his stores to change up the formula
ANZ releases new goMoney app which turns mobile phones into a mobile wallet, beating the yet-to-be-released Semble app to the punch.
People may know Lush as the store that leaves people with powdery moustaches from sniffing one too many bath bombs. Or perhaps you recognise it as the source of the scent that wafts into your nostrils when you’re 100 metres down the street. Elly Strang
BNZ reported in its monthly Marketview digest today that the growth rate of spending at international sites had eased in recent months, but remained up 13 percent on February 2014’s rate.
Iconic British hairstyling brand Toni&Guy arrives in New Zealand this week. The “super premium” brand’s introduction to the Kiwi market has been handled by PHD Group, which took the editorial team from NZME. fashion masthead Viva to London Fashion Week for the occasion.
Coffee, clothes and grooming. Barkers reckon they’ve found the perfect trio to encourage customers to step away from the computer and flock to their new flagship store in Auckland central.
The NZRetail magazine team looks at how Lewis Road Creamery's Fresh Chocolate Milk, made with Whittaker's chocolate, turned all of New Zealand into choccie milk fiends.