Whether you’re a suburban travel agent, a plumber or a hairdresser, customers now expect the same convenient and instant service they enjoy and expect from world-famous online stores and more local household brands.
Countdown’s three Whangarei stores have officially become plastic bag free for one day in celebration of the brand's partnership with Kelly Tarlton’s Turtle Rescue.
The best retailers don’t just sell products that shoppers want, but seek out products they never knew they needed. With the latest products from 2,200 international suppliers on offer at one location in Chicago, the International Home + Housewares Show makes trend-hunting easy.
One of the big retail predictions for 2018 is that brands are going to double down on the customer experience: making shopping more personal, engaging, relationship driven and therefore, frictionless. But what is frictionless retail and how will it help our brick and mortar retail
Good magazine in partnership with Ceres Organics is proud to introduce their inaugural awards celebrating everyday New Zealanders making a positive difference in the world. The Register invites its readers to get involved with the Good People Awards 2018.
Fashion favourite, Zara, has announced its latest plan for New Zealand customers; online shopping.
The Comfort Group, makers of brand Sleepyhead, are the latest national business to be inducted into the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame. The business has been family run since 1946.