Have you ever wondered why storefronts tend to be eye-blindingly bright and highly illuminated? It seems every part of a store is designed to increase the likelihood consumers will make a purchase, and the choices on lighting is no different.
The winning entry from Idealog's recent Pitch Circus event has a solution for all of us facing the “63 shopping days till Christmas, and no idea what to get for the folks” blues?
New research shows international retailers are chipping away at New Zealand shoppers’ consumer spend, but Kiwi companies finding a way to effectively harness the power of online retailing could add another $34 billion to the economy.
The Base, New Zealand's largest shopping mall complex, will bring social media into the real world with a real life-sized Pinterest experience.
Coffee and chocolate lovers are driving Fairtrade growth, with more than $52 million spent on Fairtrade certified products last year in New Zealand.
More than half of Kiwis are doing personal shopping online, an increase of 11 percent since 2009, according to Statistics New Zealand.
Retailers should just chuck in the loyalty cards and give us back some wallet space. Please.
Icebreaker is joining the world of online retail, launching an e-commerce store today with free shipping on purchases over $100.
We know and love Endemic World for its online store chocka with ace prints and graphics, and now you can get a taste of it in person with the opening of a pop up store in Auckland.
There's been no shortage of e-commerce and auction sites popping up recently, and the latest to join the fray is Pricemaker, a platform for buying new, higher-priced items from traditional bricks and mortar retailers.