Free Subscription

  • Access 15 free news articles each month

Professional

Try one month for $6
  • Unlimited access to news,insights and opinions
  • Quarterly and weekly magazines
  • Independent research reports and forecasts
  • Quarterly webinars with industry experts
  • Q&A with retail leaders
  • Career advice
  • 10% discount on events
×

All News

Trending

Chemist Warehouse to open 10 stores in New Zealand this year

Chemist Warehouse to open 10 stores in New Zealand this year

Discount pharmacy Chemist Warehouse will open its first store in South Island at the South City Shopping Centre in Christchurch in April with pla...
Bunnings has opened one of its biggest stores in the country
NZ Post sets Christmas delivery deadlines
COVID-19 has almost doubled e-commerce sales

Latest Posts

‘The right thing to do’: How Lush is making its products more inclusive

Even progressive retailers like Lush have realised they need to do more to truly be anti-racist.

Stepping out: How to have influence beyond your job title

To influence others in the workplace it's important to make them feel safe.

Retail appointments of the week

Kathmandu appoints new product GM; One Teaspoon founder departs company; Mecca welcomes new CMO

Why PepsiCo is rethinking the traditional workplace

Consumer goods giant PepsiCo ANZ recently introduced a new flexitime policy that removes official start and finish times...

Why Ikea is making a big property push in India

With two stores under its belt, the Swedish furniture giant is now gearing up to open its first Ikea-anchored mall in In...
Dan Murphy's

Why Indigenous groups are calling for Woolworths’ RAP to be revoked

The retailer is a leader in Indigenous employment, but has been criticised for not respecting community voices.

Accelerate and innovate: How Woolies, Decathlon were pushed by the pandemic to invest in tech

From scan-and-go to e-stores and warehouse robots, here are some of the cool initiatives that major retailers have launc...

Swarovski “reborn” in new brand identity

The concept, Swarovski Wonderlab, is described as a ‘joyful universe that invites you to ignite your dreams”.

Lyre’s CEO: Why non-alcoholic drinks are the next big thing

We chat with Lyre's founder and CEO Mark Livings about society’s changing views on alcohol and the international growth ...

How Deadly Denim created a collection for NYFW in just two weeks

Rebecca Barlow saw the invitation to show at NYFW as the opportunity of a lifetime. But it meant creating an eight-piece...

Experience always wins when it comes to great retail property management

Comac Retail Property Group’s DNA is in retail property management and leasing via many significant projects over nearly...
Incu

How Incu is bringing the store experience online

Incu CEO Doug Lowe explains how powerful staff are to Incu’s virtual shopping experience.

How Uniqlo plans to win the global fast fashion game

Uniqlo exec says the fashion brand will concentrate on its Asian market and make its products accessible to everyone.

Why Accent Group is in the ‘perfect position’ for acquisitions

With significant cash on hand, the footwear giant is in a position to pull even further ahead of the pack.
Image of Kate Morris

Adore Beauty beats estimates, earnings up 188 per cent

The business' revenue and earnings rose during its first half as a public company.

Michael Hill boosts profit 82 per cent during first half

However, the business lost more than 3,700 days of trade due to store closures.

How Chinese toy retailer Pop Mart plans to rival Disney

Pop Mart was listed on the Hong Kong Stock exchange in December and was valued at $US 7 billion ahead of its trading deb...

‘It’s about how it makes you feel’: One Teaspoon CEO talks ‘new direction’

One Teaspoon CEO Liz Roberts shares how the brand is focusing on building confidence in its customer base to thrive in t...

Nido unable to secure buyer, winding down within three weeks

The business’ staff are expected to be approached with redundancies in the coming weeks, with 60 likely to be affected.

Noel Leeming launches e-waste trial

The Warehouse Group’s Noel Leeming has introduced a free e-waste recycling programme in partnership with TechCollect NZ.

Masterclasses are only for Professional Subscribers

Become a Professional for only $6 Already member? Login
  • Unlimited access to news,insights and opinions
  • Quarterly and weekely magazines
  • Independent research reports and forecasts
  • Quarterly webniars with industry experts
  • Q&A with retail leaders
  • Carrer advice
  • Exclusive masterclass access.Part of Retail Week 2021
 
× n-popup