Oamaru-based ethical ecommerce website Tummah launched barely two weeks after the magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Kaikoura on November 14, but it’s leapt into action with a flip-flop promotion aimed at helping the community out. Truly, this is one retailer that can handle the jandal.
Dunedin tech executive Ina Kinski has summoned much-needed cashflow for Kaikoura retailers by creating a slick online platform which makes it easy for Kiwis to access Kaikoura’s shops. She wants the site to raise awareness that Kaikoura is open for business.
A new Unichem pharmacy in Botany has been purpose-built to cater for its local community of Chinese New Zealanders. We chatted with pharmacist Tina Chou about customer services and diversity.
A new subdivision near Woodend has added several major retailers to complement its 1300 residential sections. New World and BP Connect are both present, and there’s room for more retailers on 15 hectares proposed for commercial and business activity.
It turns out all retailers suffer from a touch of retailer’s envy. We asked retailer people around the country which shops and brands they are envious of and why.