With the temperature warming up, L&P is looking to make the most of Kiwis reaching for a drink by rolling out a new-look logo and bottle by Marx Design, as well as a new flavour to match. We talk to L&P marketing manager Angela Broad
The owner of the Mad Butcher Silverdale store has been put into liquidation, making it the seventh franchisee to go under in the last 18 months. We talked First Retail managing director Chris Wilkinson about why the chain is floundering in the current market.
In a retail world increasingly dominated by visual branding, designer workwear is rising in popularity. Kiwi companies like MN Uniforms and White Label are helping everyone from the butchers at Neat Meat to the valet drivers at Britomart look sharp.
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.
Countdown announced it’s rolling out a refresh of its own brand range, as well as introducing a new category to its line up, expecting the massive task to take about two years, with the first hint of the change to be visible on supermarket shelves
How do you turn an inconvenience into branding? Vaughn Davis explores the curious case of Fergburger, a Queenstown burger restaurant where people queue for an hour just to have a bite of their world-famous buns.
Des Flynn is a senior retailer with more than 50 years in the industry. He has spent much of his career in the grocery sector, and is now executive general manager customer support at The Warehouse Group. It isn't always a smooth ride to the