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Retail tech startup strikes deal with Japanese supermarkets

The Kiwi company offers smart-cart technology for checkout-free stores.

Ecostore turns half a tonne of ocean waste into reusable bottles

20,000 bottle have been created to address ocean waste.

Chemist Warehouse signs up for another two years with Tmall Global

The discount chemist chain unveils plans to reach Chinese consumers.

Kiwi retail-AR app acquired by US tech company

App helps retailers visualise in-store displays and elements.

Kogan bolsters finance offer with credit cards

Online marketplace further expands into retail-adjacent services.

Noel Leeming unveils digital team member at its Newmarket store

Nola will help shoppers navigate the store and answer their questions.

800 per cent up: Adore Beauty responds to strong NZ demand

The online beauty retailer is looking to grow, after selling a 60 per cent stake.

Noel Leeming launches protection plans

Technology and appliance retailer says protection plans cover most eventualities.

NZ payment firms roll out new tech to reduce fraud

New payment technology will strengthen e-commerce security: Visa.

McDonald’s buys voice-technology company Apprente

McDonald’s is underscoring its increasing focus on technology.

New Zealand should embrace disruptive tech: Productivity Commission

Draft report finds widespread disruption isn’t here yet.

How 5G will revolutionise retail as a great enabler

Thanks to 5G, mobile communication is about to experience its greatest revolution in the 12 years since Apple invented the smartphone.

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