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Sable hair salon: Balancing both physical and digital business growth

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  • August 14, 2017
Sable hair salon: Balancing both physical and digital business growth

A Wellington hair salon is taking the ecommerce market by storm. We spoke to owner of Sable, Anthea Digby-Smith, about how she manages the rapid growth of her online store as well as running a full time business.

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Freedom Furniture introduces online shopping

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  • June 12, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
Freedom Furniture introduces online shopping

Freedom Furniture has introduced a click and deliver ecommerce site, a solution which will help the company thrive in both the homeware and digital boom.

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Kmart rolls out New Zealand ecommerce website - with a catch

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  • January 11, 2017
  • Elly Strang
Kmart rolls out New Zealand ecommerce website - with a catch

It looks like dangerous times ahead for fans of discount retailer Kmart: its New Zealand website has finally stepped into the ecommerce space and updated its site to feature its most popular products. For now, you can only peruse the products without buying them, with the ability to buy online coming in the next couple of months.

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eStar CEO Andrew Buxton on the year that was in retail tech

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  • December 20, 2016
  • Elly Strang
eStar CEO Andrew Buxton on the year that was in retail tech

As part of our series that explores the retail industry's greatest moves of the past year, we talked with eStar CEO Andrew Buxton on the year that was in retail technology, and asked for some predictions for 2017.

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Issue Clothing Co. wants to simplify corporate wardrobes

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  • December 15, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Issue Clothing Co. wants to simplify corporate wardrobes

Hannah Burnard and her business partner Robyn Pelvin were working in corporate roles when they became frustrated with the mainstream clothing options on offer. They decided to build a new capsule-style ecommerce shopping system, offering five work-appropriate pieces bundled together.

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