Shop New Zealand is known globally as an online retailer that is home to a genuine range of Native arts, crafts, jewellery and wood carvings.
Mighty Ape, New Zealand's biggest online store, has been in the online shopping business for more than 20 years. During that time we have built New Zealand's most popular online shopping site, delivering thousands of orders every day to Kiwis up and down the country.
From onesies to Ottomans, chocolate to chicken coops, Levis to L'Oreal, Disney to Dickies, Apple to Adidas and pretty much everything in between, you'll find it at 1-day, New Zealand's largest daily deal website.
New Zealand's leading retail group is founded on a vision to create a business that helps New Zealanders flourish.
Established in 1993 New Zealand Trade Centre is an export trading company helping New Zealand companies achieve global success. Our large showroom represents a selection of New Zealand's premium products and services available for export. Open to the public, we welcome all enquiries at the showroom or feel free to contact using our enquiry form below.
Harvey Norman(r) operates under a franchise system in Australia and consistently delivers an unparalleled retail offering to Australian consumers with an extensive product range, cutting-edge technology and market leadership in key product categories. Harvey Norman Holdings Limited grants franchises to independent proprietors under three leading brand names: Harvey Norman(r), Domayne(r) and Joyce Mayne(r). The proprietors sell products in the following categories: electrical goods, furniture, computerised communications, bedding and manchester, kitchen appliances, small appliances, bathroom and tiles, carpets and flooring.
Our Treat Me range from treats like beauty services, restaurants, leisure activities, family entertainment and vacations (which also make wonderful gifts!) to everyday essentials like car servicing, cleaning, professional services and home maintenance. Plus, we like to use the best Kiwi businesses whenever we can, because we reckon it's all about supporting New Zealanders.