Retail can learn a lot from other industries, particularly those as exciting and aspirational as yoga. Auckland's Studio Red Hot Yoga was a winner at the 2016 Red Awards for retail interior design - we heard more from the designer.
Knowing how to approach retail leases can be difficult, especially for small business owners. When lease agreements are being drawn up, many tenants don’t fully understand what issues they should be concentrating on during the negotiation process. In this story, brought to you by Brookfields
Today's the day most of New Zealand cracked into their advent calendars and celebrated December 1 with a chocolate treat. Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) has launched the seventh edition of its Wondrous Wellington Advent Calendar, counting down the days till Santa arrives with
A Lower Hutt-based charity is making waves in the ethical clothing world with its children’s clothing range made from recycled clothing. Earthlink Apparel is trying to reduce the number of perfectly useable textiles clogging up landfills.
Window shopping no longer exclusively means taking a stroll down the high street. Indexed is a new digital shopfront that lets shoppers peruse different New Zealand brands all in one place.
We spoke with the team behind R.M.Williams, Wellington, winner of the Fashion + Health Award at the Red Awards 2016. The awards promote excellence in retail design and recognise the contribution of designers, shopfitters and suppliers to the retail industry.
Retail can learn a lot from New Zealand’s booming hospitality sector. Food and beverage offerings are being used more and more to attract customers and make them feel at ease, so when Hamilton café Hayes Common Eatery won the Red Awards’ Supreme Award, we jumped