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Meat-free demand prompts New World to extend Pams plant-based range

Meat-free demand prompts New World to extend Pams plant-based range

Foodstuffs-owned Pams is extending its plant-based range as demand for meat-free options soars. The new meat-free additions, available across New ...
Let’s get physical: Rihanna takes lingerie brand Savage X Fenty offline
“It’s disappointing”: Why retailers should do more to tackle modern slavery
Futuristic new Shanghai mall home to 1000 trees
City Chic records strong revenue growth despite logistical disruptions

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Meat-free demand prompts New World to extend Pams plant-based range

According to a customer survey by Pams last year, approximately two-thirds of shoppers in New Zealand limited their meat...

City Chic records strong revenue growth despite logistical disruptions

The business’ customer base increased by 23% during this period despite the pandemic and major supply chain disruptions,...

Futuristic new Shanghai mall home to 1000 trees

As the first phase of the development was completed last month, the second phase is currently underway and scheduled to ...

“It’s disappointing”: Why retailers should do more to tackle modern slavery

Monash University reported last year that more than a third of mandatory modern slavery reports were unsatisfactory. So,...

Let’s get physical: Rihanna takes lingerie brand Savage X Fenty offline

Known for its inclusive sizes, daring cuts, diverse models and livestreamed fashion shows, Rihanna’s popular lingerie br...

A huge, whizbang explosion: What to expect from Melbourne Fashion Festival

While other fashion weeks cater to industry professions, MFF has always put consumers first. This year, it's offering li...

Beyond the golden arches: An interview with Maccas CEO, Andrew Gregory

The Golden Arches recently celebrated its golden anniversary in Australia - 50 years of burgers, fries and shakes.

VIDEO: How Deciem has created a people-first workplace culture

From paid voting and protesting days to a company-wide fund that supports employees facing hardship and adversity, beaut...

Bunnings customers caught up in international data breach

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Tory Burch exec Magali Muratore on tech and the power of change

Muratore joined New york-based fashion brand Tory Burch in July as executive vice president and chief technology officer...

NFTs, an overblown speculative bubble inflated by pop culture and crypto mania

The Bored Ape character seems derivative of the drawings of Jamie Hewlett, the artist who drew Tank Girl and virtual ban...

One in four SMEs across nine countries plan to offer crypto payments

Small businesses outside North America are more open to accepting digital currencies, including Bitcoin, as forms of pay...

Black Friday drives 5.8 per cent retail-wide sales bump in November

Clothing, footwear and personal accessories led the way in sales during the month as Australians increasingly want to re...

Retail appointments of the week

Australia Post names new retail divisional chief; Flora & Fauna owner BWX hires new CEO; VF Corporation welcomes new glo...

This is what authentic leadership looks like

As we continue to navigate Covid, we need authentic leadership in our organisations and institutions.

The creative life: Lego exec Julia Goldin on the importance of play at work

If there is a singular skill that got us through the last couple of years in one piece, it is creativity.

Changes to isolation requirements for critical workers divide the industry

Essential workers that are deemed close contacts are now permitted to leave isolation if their employer deems it necessa...

‘Like a ghost town’: Retailers react to the Omicron wave

The latest twist in the pandemic saga has heaped more stress upon the industry. We asked business owners how it’s differ...

Nike Auckland flagship to close after a decade

Flagship a victim of sportswear giant's global shift towards directly selling to consumers.

St Pierres opens New Zealand’s first drive-thru sushi restaurant

Japanese restaurant chain St Pierres Sushi has opened its first drive-thru takeaway outlet.

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