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28 January 2020

 
 

The London Eye: Inside the next generation of make-up

 
 

Jenene Crossan is the founder of Flossie, a business that helps to create smarter tools for retailing hair and beauty services. She’s also a Kiwi abroad and her series, The London Eye, details her experience of expanding her business and basing herself in London to launch into this new market. In this column, she looks at the future of make up.

 
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  NEWS
 
  January 28, 2020
 
  Sarah Dunn
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
   
 
   
 
 
 
 

What are the benefits and risks of a cashless society?

 
 

The cashless society is coming – you can bet your last physical dollar on it, David Cohen says. The smart money says we may now be in the last decade before the penny finally drops. Many New Zealanders will have already had the experience, possibly even over the current holiday period, of handing over a $50 […]

 
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  OPINION
 
  January 28, 2020
 
  Radio New Zealand
 
 
 
 
 
 

Picking up the scraps: The companies leading waste minimisation

 
 

In New Zealand, we discard 15.5 million tonnes of waste each year, an absurd amount for a small, agrarian, country at the bottom of the earth. Partly, the problem lies in our recycling systems – only a meager 28 percent of it is recycled. But, new radical solutions are being developed, we’ve already transformed water bottles into asphalt, plastic bags into […]

 
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  NEWS
 
  January 23, 2020
 
  Findlay Buchanan
 
 
 
 
 
 

2020 vision: What 2020 means for Dargaville retailers

 
 

In the final installation of our series looking at retail in seven New Zealand regions, we’re examining Dargaville. Dargaville sits on the junction of State Highways 12 and 14, the gateway to the Waipoua Forest, home of giant kauri trees.  Despite this, major tourism seems yet to descend on “the Kūmara Capital of the World”. […]

 
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  2020 vision
 
  January 22, 2020
 
  Rachel Helyer Donaldson
 
 
 
 
 

Container Door fined $54,000 over non-compliant bicycles

 
 

Ecommerce retailer Container Door has fallen afoul of the Commerce Commission after supplying pedal bicycles which did not meet mandatory product safety standards. Following a Commerce Commission investigation, it pleaded guilty to two representative charges under the Fair Trading Act 1986. Between 1 April and 23 November 2017, Container Door supplied 15 Huffy Cruiser bicycles that did […]

 
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  NEWS
 
  January 21, 2020
 
  The Register team
 
 
 

2020 vision: How Cambridge retail will perform this year

 
 

As part of a series looking at seven regional centres to consider what regional retail looks like this year, we’re considering Cambridge. The rural heartland town of Cambridge, in the Waikato, is taking off. Since the four-lane Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway came to town in 2015, the population has grown by 1200 people, […]

 
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  2020 vision
 
  January 21, 2020
 
  Rachel Helyer Donaldson
 
 
   
FROM THE ICG BUSINESS NETWORK
 
 
Kiwi businesswomen shine in Forbes 30 under 30
 

Kiwi businesswomen shine in Forbes 30 under 30

 
 
 
 
HYPER fuels innovation at Mobil 
 

HYPER fuels innovation at Mobil 

 
 
 
 
Branding for Good
 

Branding for Good