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Alibaba has eyes firmly set on NZ/Aus

China's eCommerce giant, Alibaba, has its eyes set in AU and NZ and it has its first office in Melbourne opened last month.  How does this affect the retail landscape?  For ANZ retailers, a local Alibaba presence would bring an opportunity to better reach Chinese...

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NZ: The Rise of the Bricks and Clicks

Kiwi retailers need to invest in both "brick and clicks" if they are to compete against the wave of international players setting up shop in New Zealand.  The retail industry landscape has changed drastically over the past few years and businesses now need to adapt to...

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More and More Kiwis Are Doing Their Grocery Shopping Online

Instead of spending more or less an hour going through aisles in the supermarket, more Kiwis are now doing their grocery shopping online. And because of that, Countdown is looking to expand its online grocery into something more like a virtual mall. The leading...

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Kiwi startup 9 Spokes wins IBM competition

New Zealand startup 9 Spokes has won the 2014 IBM SmartCamp Sydney competition. 9 Spokes’ platform integrates data from popular SaaS tools and online business software and displays it in real time on a single dashboard,  helping start-ups and smaller businesses manage...

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Good business easily trumps property investment: Clement

The New Zealand Herald's Diana Clement encourages Kiwis to consider opening their own business rather than investing in property if they want a spectacular return on investment. A good business will give you 25-50% return on investment per year if it's successful,...

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Newegg expands into New Zealand

Electronics e-commerce site Newegg has expanded into New Zealand. Along with New Zealand, the online store is now available to shoppers in India, Ireland, Singapore, Poland and the Netherlands. It had previously been available in the U.S., Canada, Australia and the...

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