New Zealanders seem to be warming to the various meal kits on offer and the segment is becoming more complex. New World’s ‘Just Cook It’ meal kit pilot has been successful enough to see it rolled out to a wider range of Auckland stores, while
Online marketplace Trade Me has a number of businesses linked to the motoring industry – AutoBase, DealerBase and MotorWeb. It’s now applied to the Commerce Commission for clearance to acquire Limelight Software Limited, trading as Motorcentral, which makes software for car dealerships.
The sisters behind Kiwi fashion label Ketz-ke have launched a new label aimed at Millennial women, Leo+Be. With 29 years in the fashion industry, co-founders Jenny Drury and Brenda Wilkinson look forward to a fresh start while tapping into the networks they've established. Drury discussed
Cotton On's New Zealand country manager Mark Singleton has passed away. Singleton presided over a period of significant investment in New Zealand, announcing in 2015 that Cotton On intended to boost store numbers by around 50 percent and nearly double its staff.
After a line of mini pistol crossbows was pulled from sale on Trade Me and then reinstated last week, the Commerce Commission has advised that the toys are illegal. It says that these products are likely to be covered by an existing unsafe goods notice
The Australian arm of Kiwi icecream manufacturer Emerald Foods has acquired the master franchise rights for the Australian Mövenpick parlour network. It also represents Mövenpick in New Zealand.
Hurricane Jeans opened on Manners St in 1991, but one year on from its 25th anniversary, owner David Byrne is shaking things up with a shift from Manners St to Willis St. The business is also rebranding to become Hurricane Denim, complete with a new