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To help New Zealanders struggling to keep warm this winter, Botany Town Centre and The Salvation Army held a giant clothing swap where locals brought in their pre-loved clothing in exchange for other second-hand items.
What can New Zealanders do to help people experiencing difficulty in their communities? This winter, Botany Town Centre hosted a giant clothing swap in partnership with The Salvation Army. Our shoppers were encouraged to bring in their pre-loved clothing in exchange for other second hand items. All proceeds were donated to those in need. You can watch a highlights video …
The Cafe talks with Jonathan Armstrong from AMP Capital Shopping Centres on how generation Z is bucking the online shopping trend, with their annual Recommended Retail Practice report revealing young shoppers still enjoy the more traditional retail experience. Watch the full video here
A convoy of electric vehicles are stopping in at Tauranga’s Bayfair Shopping Centre as part of a country-wide road trip. Tauranga’s Bayfair Shopping Centre was the main meet up destination for the 14 cars on the road show, aimed at promoting the electric car revolution. A silent convoy of BMW i3s, Hyundai Ioniqs, PHEV Mitsubishi Outlanders, Audi E-tron, several Teslas, …
Farmers, who are small business owners and often underresourced, find keeping track of the problem a costly and demoralising challenge. Solving that problem has catapulted New Zealand fintech startup Simply Payroll from startup to major market player in under three years, thanks in large part to the company’s focus on the primary and agritech sectors. The company recently signed a strategic …
A fleet of cars is set to make its way across the country, though you won’t hear them coming.
This May, The Palms Shopping Centre is calling out to the community to be a part of a project that requires all hands on deck – 1,000 hands, to be exact.
In an attempt to inspire hibernating East Aucklanders, Botany Town Centre invited an array of wellbeing experts and food specialists to be a part of their Winter Wellness Week.
Naomi Ballantyne, Founder of Partners Life, shares her personal story exclusively with NZ Women’s Weekly.