Watch now: the new Health System Catalogue...
Hear from Shayne Hunter, MoH Deputy Director-General Data & Digital, and Cushla Currie, CEO MTANZ, as they discuss the new Health System Catalogue and how it could save lives and money in the future.
Industry recommendations: NPC reporting for sustainability
An industry working group involving the Food and Grocery Council, Woolworths New Zealand, Foodstuffs North Island and South Island was established to determine a solution for how packaging information could be collected. Find out more here
Watch now: Adopting sustainable packaging
GS1's COO Richard Manaton is joined by Katherine Rich, CEO of the FGC, Lyn Mayes, Director of Mad World and Cameron Scott, GM of Kimberly-Clark to discuss changes to how the industry identifies and reports packaging for a more sustainable future.
Watch now: Sustainability for a sustainable business
With sustainability and climate change on everyone's radar right now, we wanted to bring to you the story of one of our GS1 New Zealand members, Bostock Brothers, to hear about their sustainability journey.
New digital location identifiers help prepare businesses for the future
Last Thursday we celebrated with MBIE the launch of New Zealand Business Number (NZBN) Organisation Parts. So what does this mean for the future of businesses?
The humble barcode turns 50
With the 50 year birthday of the barcode we reflect on the story of how 50 years ago fierce supermarket competitors got together, adopted digital tools and transformed the global economy to be what we know today.
COVID-19, Customer Shopping Trends and Promises to New Zealand
April Thought Leadership Webinar; your chance to hear insights from Foodstuffs South Island General Manager, Merchandise Phil Lemon as he discusses changes in the Food & Grocery Sector.
GS1 celebrates 50 years of collaboration, innovation and leadership
The GTIN – the number behind the barcode – was developed 50 years ago and transformed the global economy.
Asia-Pacific’s economic challenge
A rising tide for all people with a falling environmental footprint. Our ABAC leader shares her vision on digitalisation and interoperability between economies.
COVID-19’s lesson in resilience and efficiency
When the world stopped, we learned a thing or two about what a resilient supply chain really looks like
Consumer information on products .…it really, really matters
Standardising transport data aids global trade
The demand on our transportation sector is the biggest it has ever been and is growing still. Standardised Data can help make this a much more manageable problem.