Ebay Australia and department store Myer have joined forces to create a retail experience where shoppers are the star of the show. With the help of a VR headset – aptly dubbed, Shopticles – and a peripheral smartphone app, customers can cruise their own virtual
It’s no secret that online shopping is becoming increasingly popular in every corner of the world. New Zealand may have been late to the game, but online shopping has now well and truly taken off and the numbers of online shoppers are growing every year.
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for, but some shoppers are still turning to designer knockoffs in search of a bargain. Knockoffs are now widely available online and are showing no sign of falling in popularity.
This blooming wall display of silk hydrangeas looks fresh and contemporary next to a clever clutch of pendant lights. it was spotted at Glassons on Broadway, Auckland. If you've got or seen a great store or mall display, why not show it off on The
Strengthened Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA) laws have been enforced on a number of mobile traders for the first time since they were passed in June 2015. Goodring Company Limited and Betterlife Corporation Limited have been fined $98,000 and $73,500 respectively.
Pharmacist Nai Yeat is using high definition security footage to keep him and his staff safe – and protect his stock. He shared his experience with ultra-fast broadband (UFB) with The Register's sister publication, The Download.
NZME is entering the self-service online vehicle listing market, by allowing people to advertise their vehicles on driven.co.nz. Launched this week, the platform sits alongside listings for dealer-owned vehicles which, includes new and used cars across the country.
International jewellery retailer, Michael Hill, was founded in Whangarei but is soon to become officially Australian. Now based in Brisbane, Michael Hill is seeking shareholder approval to list on the stock exchange of its most lucrative market.