The April / May issue of NZ Retail magazine will only be on shelves for a few more weeks. Our retail travel issue contains feature articles on overseas research, Shoptalk, the International Home + Housewares Show, Ambiente, and the world of big-box retail.
Legislation on employees’ rest and meal breaks and trial periods which passed into law in December has now come into force. Among other changes, it means that staff are now entitled to paid rest breaks and an unpaid meal break, and only businesses with 19
The construction team working on new furniture and homewares concept store Nido has dug up a significant cache of swamp kauri. The kauri will be donated to local Maori carvers and their students at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Mangere.
A month after its launch into New Zealand with a flagship store at 101 Queen St, UK apparel firm Superdry has created a separate ecommerce website for Kiwi shoppers.
Most people would be in agreement that bugs, planters and room dividers don’t have much in common, but Matt Genefaas and Dan Craig would beg to differ. The two juggle running an edible insect company, Crawlers, as well as a homeware company, Made of Tomorrow.
East Auckland shopping centre Botany Town Centre launched the first stage of a $78 million revamp that’s expected to wrap up by the end of this year.
Twenty-year-old Sushi Sushi has 137 stores across Australia, and today opened its first New Zealand outlet at the revamped Botany Town Centre. It plans to open two more outlets by early 2020.