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New Zealand’s New Image buys Nutrimetics

New Zealand’s New Image buys Nutrimetics

Heath and nutritional products manufacturer New Image Group has acquired skincare brand Nutrimetics from US-headquartered Tupperware Brands Corporati...
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Time for take off: Luggage brand July plans global stores as sales increase

After a catastrophic few years for the travel industry, Australian luggage brand July is back on track and launching a n...

New Zealand’s New Image buys Nutrimetics

Rod Taylor, CEO of New Image International, said when Tupperware decided to divest its beauty business units, New Image ...

Meet Threadheads, the graphic T-shirt brand with a cheeky sense of humour

The fast-growing graphic T-shirt brand has more than 240,000 customers in 40 countries and is on track to double its rev...

Exclusive insights from Kmart Group’s head of store design

Ahead of his upcoming presentation at Online Retailer in Sydney this month, Staton shared his thoughts on the changing r...

From data to farming: How Puma, Allbirds are tackling emissions

With a number of ‘net-zero by 2030’ pledges from brands around the globe, the heat is on to find ways of reducing carbon...

Chocolate channels: Inside Lindt’s new in-store and online strategies

After two pandemic-affected years, Lindt’s Australian store count and online business are growing, with the brand fine-t...

Countdown to remove single-use plastic produce bags from 19 stores

Countdown will remove single-use plastic produce bags from 19 supermarkets late this month.

British retail giant takes stake in NZ/Sale parent

Founded in 2007, MySale currently operates retail websites in four markets – Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malay...

Glue Store makes its New Zealand debut

The New Zealand store is located in Albany Westfield.

Dynamic ads and AI solutions with Angus Sladden from Klarna

We asked Angus Sladden, head of Klarna media for Apac for the hottest tips on how to stay ahead of the pack by leveragin...

Sneakerheads get their digital kicks at Salvatore Ferragamo NYC store

Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo recently opened a new concept store at 63 Greene Street in one of New York’s m...

Culture Kings CEO Simon Beard talks Vegas, male shoppers and growth

In this Q&A, we find out what the Australian streetwear chain's first US store will look like, and why male shoppers are...

Retail appointments of the week

Dan Murphy’s new managing director steps up; MedCart names new chief executive; Vale: Leonardo del Vecchio; and more.

The perfect brew: Vittoria’s Food & Beverage MD talks expanding DTC

After more than 70 years behind the counter, Vittoria is now ramping up its direct-to-consumer operation and broadening ...

The Warehouse Group has a plan to keep prices low as recession looms

New Zealand’s The Warehouse Group is banking on a new technology to help it generate more revenue from digital advertisi...

Social supermarket concept to open in Tokoroa

People experiencing food insecurity can choose what they need rather than receiving pre-packed selections.

Welcome to the future: Bricks-and-mortar retail undergoes a revolution

For those who think the bricks-and-mortar concept in retail is dead, think again.

Fortnum & Mason exec discusses APAC expansion and digital plans

First founded in London’s Piccadilly in 1707, Fortnum & Mason is venturing into the digital space with the recent launch...

Indian eyewear giant Lenskart to take control of Owndays

The deal is expected to help both companies further expand their presence in Asia.

Fashion group Shandong Ruyi’s creditors take full control of Lycra

Representatives for Ruyi did not immediately respond to a request for comment.