With the silly season in full swing and Christmas shoppers out in force, we found some food for thought for retailers. How big is the price of your product written? Does the price end with a nine? Have you used a dollar sign? Research shows
Jono and Ben, the duo known for their mischievous, disruptive skits on their TV3 show, have created a parody of Ryan Lewis and Macklemore's song “Downtown”. The song describes the experience of shopping at supermarket chain Countdown.
Three is the lucky number as Trilogy International’s first-half profit has tripled. The skincare and scented candle company’s net profit before tax in the six months to September 30 rose to $3.2 million from $984,000 a year earlier – an increase of 225 percent.
German carmarker Volkswagen has this year been rocked by a significant emissions scandal. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found that Volkswagen had installed software in diesel engines which could detect when the engines were undergoing emissions testing and adjust their performance to produce deceptively
Unassuming New World employee Noel has resurfaced this year for New World's annual Christmas push, and he is again shown rousing suspicion among shoppers about his true identity.
The concept of big data is scary to many, particularly when it's personalised. But fashion house World says it's collating data such as customers' music tastes and dwell times for all the right reasons, as it wants to improve its customers' shopping experiences.
ith around 90,000 workers in Auckland's CBD - and that's not including students or shoppers - the struggle to find a park is real. The city is chocker with congestion and competition is fierce between equally as expensive parking buildings. However, a new smartphone app
The Warehouse is getting into the Christmas spirit by jumping on the bandwagon of random acts of kindness campaigns. As part of its 'Do you know a Christmas goodie? campaign, The Warehouse conducted an experiment to find out if people would help someone who's 20
A new Kiwi company is taking on the likes of Semble with technology that lets shoppers check out product information through their smartphones. Called TapMe, it lets customers access promotions, video content and additional information all by directing their phone towards to the price tag.