Shoptalk is billed as the world’s largest conference for retailers, offering an experience so educational that it’s “like getting a college degree in retail and ecommerce”. Juanita Neville-Te Rito travelled to Las Vegas to see it for herself.
The marketing landscape is becoming more difficult for retailers to traverse every day, with uncertainty growing as social media becomes the most desired platform. Learning how to best use the platform and the influencers involved can be hard for retailers without prior knowledge. Gem, powered
With digital media channels being scrutinised for credibility and brands questioning the worthiness of their investment, where do we look to develop our campaign strategies for the year ahead? Established medias may well be sniggering ‘I told you so’, however is there more to the
One of New Zealand’s largest shopping centres, Sylvia Park, is about to get bigger and better after partnering with Australasia’s top design firm for its $220 million expansion.
How many office block areas can claim their workers want to return to on the weekend for dinner or a night out? Not many, but Britomart certainly can. TwentyTwo Auckland business leader Rob Campbell discusses why the precinct has been so successful, and where it's
One of the biggest events on the gift industry calendar, The Winter Gift and Homeware Fair, organised by XPO Exhibitions, presents wholesalers with an exclusive opportunity to exhibit their products in front of thousands of genuine trade buyers.
A group of 10 pharmacies in the Nelson and Tasman area have been accused of price fixing by the Commerce Commission. Prices Pharmacy 2011 Limited, which operated two businesses involved, has had civil proceedings filed against it and its directors. We looked into what price
After much lobbying and many stops and starts, the Government has confirmed a proposal to require overseas vendors selling into New Zealand to register and collect GST on all goods at the moment of sale. The proposed legislation is to take effect from 1 October