Michelle Cooper, 38, has another pantry to fill after winning a Queenstown house and land package valued at $500,000. The Masterton local struck it lucky in her local Countdown supermarket when she stocked up on her favourite personal care products using her Onecard.
Change is an inevitable constant in our fast-moving world.
The best kind of change happens when a community gets together to discuss their ideas for a better future and their collaborative suggestions result in actual, tangible improvements.
Nothing is more vital in business than listening to your customers and meeting their needs effectively. However, when your clients are based all over the country, from Invercargill to Kaitaia, it’s not easy to get comprehensive feedback quickly.
Roy Morgan Research recently revealed the winners of its second annual Customer Satisfaction Awards at a gala dinner in Auckland. CEO Michele Levine presented the awards to 24 businesses who led their industries on Customer Satisfaction in 2012.
Countdown has revealed its intention to develop a pharmacy offering within its supermarkets.
A range of bagged vegetables developed by Plant & Food Research and the Victorian Department of Primary Industry in Melbourne is set for release through grocery retail across the country next month.
Countdown has announced that it has signed an alliance agreement with GE Capital to launch a credit card to New Zealand consumers.
With less than five weeks until Christmas, Kiwi families are busy preparing for the yuletide occasion and The Palms is thrilled to spread more festive cheer by offering shoppers a Christmas gift too big for Santa’s sack – a chance to win a year’s worth of groceries.
The new ceo of Woolworth’s Limited, the Australian retail operator that also owns Countdown supermarkets in New Zealand, has announced an aggressive approach to growing that company’s business.
Countdown is sponsoring the Senior New Zealander of the Year Award, for the second time.
After years of building its business model on high turnover goods requiring minimal skill input from staff, perhaps it is a sign of ‘step change’ in the industry to see British supermarkets delving into similar areas of gourmet supply.
Support for providing breakfasts for children in low decile schools in New Zealand has been dropped by Australian supermarket operator Countdown.