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How to open a store, part 3: Finance

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  • October 21, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
How to open a store, part 3: Finance

In a series of articles run in The Register's print magazine, NZ Retail, Sarah Dunn considers the practical realities of launching a boutique retail operation. To help visualise this, Dunn made up an imaginary retail proposition called Scribble Kitty - it's a utopian palace combining comic shop and cat cafe. In this installment, she looks at the role of finance.

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Suitmaker Crane Brothers introduces a finance option

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  • October 11, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Suitmaker Crane Brothers introduces a finance option

Prestige menswear label Crane Brothers has started offering a finance option. Founder and managing director Murray Crane says weddings have been the main driver, explaining that the launch at the start of this month is aimed to support custom from grooms currently planning their weddings for early next year.

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What does the fall of BHS mean to us here in New Zealand?

  • Opinion
  • April 27, 2016
  • Ben Goodale
What does the fall of BHS mean to us here in New Zealand?

Over in the UK, high street retailer British Home Stores (BHS) is in trouble. Ben Goodale, managing director of ad agency justONE, examines what this means for Kiwi 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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Keeping an eye on your business strategy

  • Opinion
  • January 3, 2016
  • Warren Head
Keeping an eye on your business strategy

Retailing requires constant vigilance, says business commentator Warren Head. He sees a reminder of this in the comments from Smiths City's chairman, and in the broader economic outlook.

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Iconic Kiwi brand Wild Pair goes into receivership

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  • November 13, 2015
  • Elly Strang
Iconic Kiwi brand Wild Pair goes into receivership

Yet another New Zealand apparel retailer has felt the crunch of a competitive market jam-packed with local and overseas brands. Wild Pair’s directors Paul and Michael Donovan have put the company into receivership, but business will continue to run as usual.

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