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Pricewise chain rescued by former CEO, shareholder
A Pricewise store in Auckland.

Pricewise chain rescued by former CEO, shareholder

Collapsed health-and-beauty retailer Pricewise has been rescued from receivership by an investment group led by CEO Craig Robertson.  The 16-store strong retailer’s parent company Price Wise Ltd and si...
Mitre 10 Wanaka store to be 50 per cent self powered
Beauty companies The Six Senses and Pure Beauty in trans-Tasman merger
VIDEO: How Havaianas reimagined the flip-flop
Premier Retail looking to exit 350 stores in Australia and New Zealand

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Online boost helps Hallenstein Glasson emerge from Covid-19 unscathed

Strong online sales helped clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson minimise the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the compa...
The Retail Outlooj for 2021

The retail outlook for 2021

Resilience in the retail sector, looking for customers either forbidden or scared to come into town, is going to need to...
T2 teawares collection

Thinking outside the box with T2

T2 global brand director Amy Smith talks sustainability, achieving B Corp status and managing global Covid-19 challenges...
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Why offline advertising still matters

You may sell your products and services online – and indeed many more brands are doing so now.
Business confidence down

Business confidence falls to 19-year low; CEOs seek political vision

New Zealand’s leading business leaders say the nation’s Covid-19 recovery is in peril, with business confidence at 19-ye...
Unhappy shoppers

Research finds big gap between shopper and retailer expectations

Research from across the Tasman shows more than 70 per cent of consumers believe they are usually better informed about ...

Premier Retail looking to exit 350 stores in Australia and New Zealand

Despite delivering a 29 per cent growth in net profit to AU$137.8 million for FY20, Premier Investments is looking to ex...

‘We gambled on this thing’: Gerry Harvey reflects on the past six months

A candid conversation with Harvey Norman's chairman about Melbourne’s reopening, stock shortages and rent.

Kathmandu profit plummets as customers stay inside

Lockdown restrictions enacted during FY20 hit many clothing retailers hard, and Kathmandu is no exception.
Courtroom and gavel

Toy importers fined for wholesaling retailers unsafe goods

Two toy importers have been fined a combined $118,000 for supplying unsafe goods to retailers in New Zealand.
Lambton Quay Wellington

Love Local aims to lure people back to Wellington CBD

Love Local campaign aims to draw people back into the Wellington CBD to help retailers suffering from declining foot tra...
Hand washing

Beauty companies The Six Senses and Pure Beauty in trans-Tasman merger

New Zealand beauty & fragrance firm The Six Senses has merged with Pure Beauty Australia in a non-financial transaction.
Vodafone promotion

Vodafone NZ partners with TheMarket

Vodafone New Zealand has teamed with e-commerce site TheMarket to reward customers with complimentary membership.
Forever New campaign

Inside Forever New’s global expansion

Australian womenswear brand Forever New unveiled its relaunched international site several days ago, now servicing 19 co...
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Supply chain

What to expect from Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale this year

Experts predict the event will be bigger than ever before, and that could be a problem for delivery.

How brands can cut through the noise

Trends come and go, but a solid reputation and a consistent brand message will stand the test of time.
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Why this facemask is better than the rest

Former Brand Collective CEO Martin Matthews is behind the Australian launch of Castlegrade.
Eyewear display

Oscar Wylee lied about charity donations, Australian cout rules

Oscar Wylee, which operates two stores in Auckland, has been fined AU$3.5 million for breaching Australian Consumer Law ...
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Video: How the pandemic has changed how I lead

Inside Retail interviews Charlene Perera.
Photo of fashion models

Thinking of a career in fashion? Think again

The fashion industry is one of the most highly competitive industries.