Some notoriously loved or hated foods may act as aphrodisiacs (oysters, anyone?) but last time we checked, we didn't think an eggplant was one of them. However, this didn't stop condom brand Durex from rolling out eggplant-flavoured protection.
Zara has finally lifted the veil on when it will open its doors to its Sylvia Park store. The store will open Thursday 6 October, five days after fellow fast fashion giant H&M launches itself into the New Zealand market.
Acquisitions began as a tiny shop selling Trade Aid goods and local craft items out of Dunedin in the 1970s. It has since blossomed into an award-winning franchise of New Zealand gift shops, with 17 stores scattered across the country. We talked to ecommerce and
The traditional Father’s Day presents of books and sporting goods may reign supreme, but flowers are also becoming increasingly popular. Data released by Paymark has tracked the trends in spending over the celebratory day and showed an overall decrease in spending.
A report by JLL has found that the majority of the world’s top 10 retail brands are in or en route to Auckland. Louis Vuitton, Zara, H&M and Hugo Boss are all among the giants who have either settled or are vying for a position
Now that consumers can buy pretty much anything online, they have to be coaxed away from their keyboards in order to enter a store. Vend's retail expert, Francesca Nicasio, explores the different ways in which retailers can make their store a destination for shoppers.
The supreme winner of this year’s Red Awards was a hospitality space – Hayes Common Eatery in Hamilton. Run annually by the Retail Interiors Association, the awards celebrated the best of 2016’s retail design and shopfitting work on Saturday at Mantells on the Water, Auckland.
People with visual impairments can easily walk straight past stores they might want to shop at, says the Blind Foundation’s Thomas Bryan, but a new initiative brought to central Wellington is making retailers harder to miss.
The date has been set for the opening of NorthWest shopping centre stage two – a retail, office and dining development opposite NorthWest mall. It will open later this month on 29 September. We spoke with Stride Property CEO Peter Alexander ahead of its launch.