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Sneak a peek inside the February/March issue of NZ Retail magazine

The latest issue of The Register’s print magazine, NZ Retail, is winging its way to subscribers right now. This time, we focus on how poor waste minimisation is sending retailers slip-sliding away from consumers’ good books; how to make Amazon work for you; new developments to watch across New Zealand; and retail’s top five fastest-growing categories.

The latest issue of The Register’s print magazine, NZ Retail, is winging its way to subscribers right now. This time, we focus on how poor waste minimisation is sending retailers slip-sliding away from consumers’ good books; how to make Amazon work for you; new developments to watch across New Zealand; and retail’s top five fastest-growing categories.

Cover story: Wasteland

This feature will examine the growing consumer movement towards waste minimization. Fashion is the second-most polluting industry in the world, and other retail categories don’t do much better. Ecommerce means it’s now common to have even relatively small purchases individually shipped around the world from factory to retailer to customer; and even products sold in-store must still be transported there, wrapped in plastic.

Courtney Devereux explores the retail movement away from waste, and speaks with retailers who are ahead of the curve.

Navigating Amazon

So far, most of the reports on Amazon’s impending launch in Australia have been grim. Kiwi retailers are anticipating its possible arrival in New Zealand markets as if it’s the end of an era, but like many endings, it can also be viewed as a new beginning. Amazon is a platform which can enable retailers and manufacturers to reach a huge global pool of shoppers, and its easy-buy format gives it conversion rates unlike any seen elsewhere.

Sarah Dunn profiles some Kiwi retailers and suppliers who’ve successfully forged a productive relationship with Amazon, and shares practical instructions for how to engage.

Town centre: The changing face of shopping centres

There’s a slew of exciting new developments popping up around New Zealand, particularly in Christchurch and Auckland. A positive retail environment over the last 12 months has seen a large number of new retail developments and expansions coming online, so Caitlin Salter caught up with eight promising centres.

Where’s our growth going?

This data-heavy, list-based feature looks at the top five retail sectors by growth, and examine the factors boosting them – trends, demographic changes, political decisions and events. Rachel Helyer Donaldson shares the numbers behind the growth.

Subscriptions to NZ Retail magazine are a member benefit offered by Retail NZ. They can also be purchased independently here.

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