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Govt widens 'essential products' to include tech goods
New Zealand businesses are now able to sell ‘essential’ non-food consumer products such as computer equipment and mobile phones, while the country remains at Alert Level 4 lockdown.
Much-anticipated Kiwi e-commerce platform launches
"Kiwis spent $4.2 billion online last year, and that figure is only going to get bigger."
The Warehouse's mobile app now uses AI to help 'Snap and Shop'
The Warehouse has dipped its toes into neural networking and artificial intelligence to make it easier for customers to ‘Snap and Shop’.
The Warehouse installs EV chargers across NZ
The Warehouse has started installing electric vehicle charging stations at many stores across New Zealand...
IBM Cloud to guide The Warehouse Group through digital transformation
The move is part of an infrastructure modernisation to enhance the customer experience in-store and online.
'Outstanding' results for Noel Leeming as Warehouse Group transforms
Noel Leeming has delivered another year of ‘outstanding’ results as parent company The Warehouse Group looks to digitally transform.
The Warehouse plans to install more EV charging stations across NZ
The Warehouse aims to install and manage EV charging stations outside 20 of its stores, all within in the next 18 months.
Noel Leeming scoops New Zealand's 'most improved' workplace in IBM Kenexa Awards
“By sharing our direction and priorities throughout our business we can work together to provide the best for our customers and our business."
The Warehouse ups its prepaid mobile game
The Warehouse is building on its entry into the mobile world, launching new combo packs to reel in new customers.
Warehouse, Noel Leeming online sales soar
The Warehouse Group is reports online sales ahead of domestic levels, with Noel Leeming growing online sales faster than the rest of NZ market.
Warehouse Group profits up 22%
The Warehouse Group is reporting boosted revenues following strong sales performance, with Noel Leeming and The Warehouse proving stand outs.
Noel Leeming launches machine-learning sales tool
With 25% of The Warehouse Group's marketing going digital, Noel Leeming has launched a new mobile product comparison tool.
So The Warehouse is doing mobile plans now?
The Warehouse has officially launched its new mobile brand in stores around the country, with low prices highlighted as a key differentiating factor.
The Warehouse launching prepay mobile service
The Warehouse will launch a prepay mobile service with 2degrees later this month, building on its longstanding selling other companies offerings.
Noel Leeming success bolsters Warehouse Group sales
Noel Leeming has reported a 14.5% increase in sales for the first quarter of FY16, with cellular and wearables leading the way in growth.
The Warehouse opens Click and Collect store
"A ‘clicks and bricks’ retail model is proving to be more effective than pure online, because of the choice and flexibility it offers customers."
Trade Me, The Warehouse and GrabOne lead online shopping
New Zealanders are hooked to online shopping, according to new research from Nielsen NZ, with cyberspace providing limitless options.
Warehouse posts 5% gain in 3rd-qtr sales, says FY profit on track
Warehouse Group posted a 5% gain in 3rd quarter sales which it said was in line with its expectations and meant it was on track to meet annual profit.
The Warehouse Group CEO out, succession plan launched
The Warehouse Group’s CEO Mark Powell is officially stepping down some time before Feburary 2016, as part of the company’s annual succession planning
Warehouse eyes costs, better products as it targets earnings growth
Warehouse Group is turning its focus to reducing costs and improving its products and productivity as it seeks to get a return from its increased spen
Warehouse lowers annual profit, dividend forecast on weaker trading
Warehouse Group lowered its forecasts for annual profit and dividends after New Zealand's largest listed retailer posted weaker first-half earnings as
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise, led by Warehouse; Diligent falls on downgrade
New Zealand shares rose to a fresh record pushed higher by Warehouse Group after James Pascoe lifted its stake to become the second-biggest shareholde
James Pascoe lifts Warehouse stake to 16.4%, buying Woolworths' shares
James Pascoe, the retail group owned by David and Anne Norman, has lifted its holding in Warehouse Group to 16.
Massey University plugs NZ skills shortage with new big data degree
Massey University has announced it is launching New Zealand’s first business-focused analytics degree next month to address the skills shortage in ana