It has been 69 years since one of the world’s most successful clothing chains opened its doors in Västerås, Sweden – H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB. We look back at the history of what is now H&M and how it managed to have such a presence in almost
With more than a decade in the New Zealand fashion industry, Andrea Moore is set to launch a secondary range - I AM - into Farmers stores later this year to secure a path for long-term growth of the brand.
Z Energy and Fly Buys announced last week that they will soon be offering direct fuel discounts through a new promotion, ‘Fly Buys Pumped’. The promotion will offer instant fuel discounts on selected days, eliminating the need for increasingly unpopular supermarket receipts.
Last week a few hundred industry heavyweights crowded The Great Room in the Langham to hear from property and retail business experts. Here’s what went down.
It seems a counterintuitive move to distance your business from the high foot traffic and centrally located spaces within a city or town. However, with a unique offering and strategic suburban location, food and beverage operators appear to be thriving.
In October last year the $155 million NorthWest shopping centre opened its doors in Massey with over 100 new shops and a locally-influenced interior design aesthetic. The shopping centre and its design have since taken out multiple awards.
The past year has seen a number of international retailers either express interest in or enter New Zealand. As our only significant neighbour, Australia is uniquely positioned to utilise our market, supported by the soon-to-open David Jones store in Wellington.
Chocolate is one of those omnipresent and adored culinary delights we’re very fortunate to enjoy as humans. It’s also increasingly subject to a lot of bad press surrounding how it’s grown, by who, and the treatment of the people that do. Kiwi company Wellington Chocolate
You’re probably sick of hearing about the athleisure fad, but guess what – consumers aren’t anywhere near finished with it. The newest international arrival is Kit and Ace, which opened a pop-up in Auckland last week. Founded by the wife and son of Lululemon founder