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The commercial implications of the sugar tax debate

  • Opinion
  • April 20, 2016
  • Paul Keane
The commercial implications of the sugar tax debate

The sugar tax debate has been a subject of nationwide discussion this week. The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG, Paul Keane discusses the effect of a sugar tax on commercial businesses, and the sale of two key retail properties.

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The Sephora effect: How the makeup store is taking the world by storm

  • Opinion
  • April 6, 2016
  • Juanita Neville-Te Rito
The Sephora effect: How the makeup store is taking the world by storm

Sephora is a French chain of cosmetics stores that is in 30 countries. It generated over US$4 billion in revenue as of 2013. Hotfoot chief executive Juanita Neville-Te Rito explores what makes it such a powerhouse in the world of retail today.

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What it's like opening a business when you’re young, a woman and Asian

  • Opinion
  • April 5, 2016
  • Deanna Yang
What it's like opening a business when you’re young, a woman and Asian

Deanna Yang is the founder of Moustache, a former milk-and-cookie bar turned milk-and-cookie bus. She shares her experience of being a New-Zealand born woman of Asian descent in Auckland who started up a business at the age of 21.

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Should Easter trading laws support our tourism industry?

  • Opinion
  • March 30, 2016
  • Paul Keane
Should Easter trading laws support our tourism industry?

The Easter weekend came and went, and while some shops opened if they had the choice, others didn't. The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG, Paul Keane takes a look at the arguments for and against making a sweeping change to the Easter trading laws across the board.

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Why shopping centres suffer from growing pains

  • Opinion
  • March 22, 2016
  • Paul Keane
Why shopping centres suffer from growing pains

The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG, Paul Keane, says despite all the discussion in the media, there's no reason to panic about the NorthWest Shopping centre just yet. This is because most new malls have a honeymoon phase that dies down, followed by growing pains, he says.

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