We love a good pun here at The Register, so we've counted down 10 stores named by geniuses. What could possibly make a shop more memorable than grabbing some bread at "Bread Pitt" or getting your washing done at "Starchi & Starchi"?
Bunnings has backtracked on its decision to remove a defibrillator from its stores after backlash from the public. The retailer said it has listened to feedback from customers and its team and will instead install defibrillators in five of its stores nationwide.
Australia’s largest locally-owned pet specialty retailer, Petstock, has announced its arrival into the Kiwi market. It purchased three independent stores in July last year, and will open four branded bricks and mortar outlets later this year.
The Easter weekend came and went, and while some shops opened if they had the choice, some didn't. The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG, Paul Keane takes a look at the arguments for and against making a sweeping change to
How do you turn an inconvenience into branding? Vaughn Davis explores the curious case of Fergburger, a Queenstown burger restaurant where people queue for an hour just to have a bite of their world-famous buns.
Sustainability is a huge buzzword right now, but it’s not always obvious how retailers can apply it to their own business. In the University of Auckland Business School’s new Sustainability Week initiative, retailers from a selection of high-profile Kiwi companies will weigh in.
While we all tucked into hot cross buns over the long weekend, around the world people enjoyed the Easter tradition in a variety of food forms, including an Easter-flavoured gin.
For retailers in New Zealand’s largest cities, the Easter break may be just another weekend, sales-wise. But for smaller towns around the country, the holiday is a goldmine in terms of tourism spending, yet many shops are forced to shut for two days out of