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.
By now, you may have heard the hype surrounding Kiwi director Taiki Waititi’s new film, The Hunt for the Wilderpeople. What you may not know is that character’s clothes, including Ricky Baker’s “skuxx as hoodie”, are being auctioned off on Trade Me to raise money
Who doesn’t love online auction site TradeMe? Whether you’re buying, selling, arguing in the comments section or just wasting time waiting for the bus, TradeMe is about as close as it gets to a Kiwi online institution. But there’s more to TradeMe than discount mopeds
If there was any doubt drones were just a fad, data from Trade Me proves otherwise. The remote controlled flying objects are still in hot demand, with listings for drones increasing 118 percent in January.
Some shoppers have goods stuck in limbo after purchasing items from Dick Smith’s Trade Me portal, and the Kiwi company is looking into what it can do. Dick Smith appointed receivers on January 4 after directors placed the Australian group into voluntary administration.