Creating a career in retail

  • News
  • November 23, 2016
  • Caitlin Salter
Creating a career in retail

Twenty-two years ago, Fiona de Barre started her first job in retail, aged 17. The self-proclaimed ‘lifer’ had a baby daughter to support and decided she didn’t want to become another teenage mother statistic. The answer was retail.

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Editor's view: There is a crack in everything

  • Opinion
  • November 18, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Editor's view: There is a crack in everything

Everybody knows that the only way to get ahead is to push yourself, but is it really as simple as feeling the fear and doing it anyway? The Register editor Sarah Dunn muses on achievement and personal development.

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Auckland's Unitary Plan: To park or not park

  • Property
  • November 17, 2016
  • Denise Piper
Auckland's Unitary Plan: To park or not park

Parking is vital to central-city retailers. As part of an in-depth study of Auckland's new Unitary Plan, we looked at how the plan will impact parking for retailers.

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Social scoreboard

Zavy and The Register have worked together to create a scoreboard that compares how the top 25 traditional media advertising spenders in New Zealand have performed on social media over the past 30 days, updated in real time.

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Business coverage of New Zealand Fashion Week.
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Town centres
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Amazon Arrival
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The Retail Yearbook 2017
As we battle our way through the busiest ...
The future is bright
We spoke with four retailers in their twenties ...
Hospitality enhancing retail
Some think food and integrated hospitality offerings will ...
Spotlight on signage
At first glance, the humble in-store sign might ...
Red Awards 2016
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Auckland Unitary Plan
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How to open a store
Sarah Dunn considers what it would take to ...
All things to all people
Kiwi retailers share their omnichannel strategies.
Rising stars
Retail's top young achievers.
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Retail in heartland New Zealand
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Women in retail help one another. We spoke ...
The changing face of retail
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The retail yearbook
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Retail rogues
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From retail to e-tail
Ecommerce has become part of the way mainstream ...
Loyalty in the digital age
How are retailers maintaining loyalty? Sarah Dunn, Elly ...
Window shopping: A spotlight on social media
Sarah Dunn and Elly Strang look at how ...
The Innovators | In partnership with Spark Business
Technology is rapidly changing the retail industry as ...

Has Scentre Group lost ground in New Zealand?

  • Opinion
  • October 18, 2016
  • Paul Keane
Has Scentre Group lost ground in New Zealand?

The lack of specialty chocolate shops in Westfield shopping centres has led RCG's Paul Keane to wonder if Scentre Group has lost ground to other shopping centres.

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More shoppers demand more facilities

  • Opinion
  • October 11, 2016
  • Paul Keane
More shoppers demand more facilities

New stores like H&M and Zara will bring an increased volume of shoppers. Other stores, such as supermarkets, are also feeling the impact of New Zealand's rising population. RCG's Paul Keane asks, can retailers' facilities hold up under the strain?

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