Trade Me shares have dropped near a six-month low after the online trading site fell out of favour with analysts.
Trade Me sellers can now offer interest-free deferred payments to buyers, as the auction site teams up with Afterpay, an Australian “buy now, pay later” online payments provider.
Trade Me has launched a new brand campaign called ‘Life Lives Here’ via DDB, opting for a more emotive approach to connect with Kiwis. It highlights the emotional connection consumers form with the pre-loved items they list on Trade Me.
A "freshly picked phallic aubergine" for sale on Trade Me is attracting worldwide attention to its uncanny resemblance to a certain part of the human anatomy. The eggplant hailing from the Waikato is already up to $115, with all of the proceeds going to charity.
Listed shopping centre owner Kiwi Property has appointed Ian Passau as its general manager development, while Trade Me has a new chief financial officer, Caroline Rawlinson. Both executives will start in their new roles during August.