Fast fashion retailer Cotton On has sashayed into the popular homewares market with the launch of its new range, CO:Home. It has also priced the range as competitively as its clothing, with over 70 percent of the items available for under NZ$30.
A Kiwi startup that gets girls who love shopping to give fashion advice to guys that don’t is moving into mobile apps. It’s part of a global trend of weird and wonderful online fashion advice and new retail models.
Tiffany & Co. has opened its first ever boutique in New Zealand today in Auckland's CBD. The store takes up the entire ground floor of the Australis House on Galway St and stands out from the rest of the grey, dull-coloured buildings with its lashings
Hotfoot general manager Fiona Kerr recently took a leave of absence from shopping, much to the surprise of others around her. But a brand marketing leggings on Facebook cut through the advertising clutter around her and made her break no-spending period. Was the marketing tactic
In a series of articles run in The Register's print magazine, NZ Retail, Sarah Dunn considers the practical realities of launching a boutique retail operation. To help visualise this, Dunn made up an imaginary retail proposition called Scribble Kitty - it's a utopian palace combining
Point of sale systems are the brain of a retail store. Sarah Dunn looks at how the right system could support her imaginary retail proposition, Scribble Kitty - a comic shop and cat cafe hybrid. This article is one of a series exploring the practical
Convincing consumers to spend a little extra on what are standard grocery items—bacon, ham, fresh pork, sausages, eggs and chicken—is never easy, but this is exactly what Freedom Farms has managed to do over the last decade.