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1Above's Stephen Smith on figuring out a niche in retail, rebranding and expansion

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  • November 8, 2016
  • Ben Fahy
1Above's Stephen Smith on figuring out a niche in retail, rebranding and expansion

To mark the arrival of the Vodafone xone business accelerator, Idealog is interviewing heaps of established New Zealand innovators, as well as the founders of the 10 startups selected by Vodafone to receive mentorship, funding and the potential benefits of working with a global network. In this edition, publisher and editorial director Ben Fahy talks with Stephen Smith, the CEO of fast-growing travel recovery drink 1Above about the success so far and his bold plans for the business.

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Auckland Airport on building a duty-free area of the future

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  • February 18, 2016
  • Elly Strang
Auckland Airport on building a duty-free area of the future

As part of its 30-year vision, Auckland Airport’s international terminal is getting a revamp. We talk to its general manager of retail and commercial about what the retail mix will be like and how many companies are interested so far.

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"... if they don’t like what they see, they won't shop" - Auckland Airport’s GM on airport retailing

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  • February 11, 2016
  • Elly Strang
"... if they don’t like what they see, they won't shop" - Auckland Airport’s GM on airport retailing

In light of all the recent changes underway at Auckland Airport, we had a chat to its general manager of retail and commercial, Richard Barker. He discusses how airport retail has changed in recent years, why the latest retailers to open there were picked to join its fray and the common misconceptions first-time retailers have.

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The bugbears and benefits of airport retail

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  • September 10, 2015
  • Sarah Dunn
The bugbears and benefits of airport retail
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Four and a half years ago, the first 1Above kiosk opened at Auckland Airport. The product is a “flight drink” intended to combat jetlag and the effects of flying, and comes in tablet, concentrate or ready-to-drink form. In March, the company announced it planned to expand into the US, chasing a global travel retail food and beverage market worth US$16 billion.

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