An Amazon-style online shop is set to launch in New Zealand in November 2016, and it wants Kiwi retailers to jump on board. Parent company Turnkey Media launched the Aussie Mega Mall this week and plans to follow with US, China, UK, Japan, Fiji and
The first New Zealand Adidas flaghip is hot on the heels of Nike opening its online store to Kiwi shoppers, and momentarily preceding the arrival of Stirling Women’s second outlet in Ponsonby. We wondered, why are all these internationals arriving at once?
Fast-fashion lovers have been waiting with bated breath for Swedish global giant H&M to announce an opening date for its Sylvia Park store. While that hasn’t yet happened, it was available for questions from New Zealand media this week, and offered a peek at its
There’s a war brewing in the office supplies industry. A Post-it note war. It started with the creation of an Angry Birds character on the window of OfficeMax’s head office, and was swiftly answered with a Warehouse Stationery-branded Pacman tribute. Paper Plus has now been
Excited Auckland retailers converged on the Auckland War Memorial Museum for the fifth annual Newmarket Business Awards on Friday. Retailers were well-represented within the awards, including the much-contested People’s Choice award, which was scooped up by Glamour Boutique.
It doesn’t make commercial sense to treat customers with disrespect, but it seems as if every plus-sized shopper has a retail horror story.
Kiwi handbag and accessories label Saben is best-known for its consumer-facing designer collections, but it also creates custom goods for many of New Zealand’s largest corporate retailers. We went behind the scenes with founder Roanne Jacobson to find out more.
On a sunny weekend earlier this year, I was strolling around Whangarei’s waterfront and found myself in need of an icecream. I selected one of four or five different outlets in this tourism-driven area at random, and walked into one of the most bewildering stores
Sports nutrition company Em’s Power Cookies is the brainchild of Emily Miazga, former professional multisport athlete, nutritionist, and West Coast of the South Island based business owner. The Register spoke to Miazga about her rebrand, and what it’s like to manage a company with nationwide