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.
Shaping the future of building and construction in New Zealand. Be a part of it!
Thought leadership webinar on the future of building and construction with Ruth Brash, General Manager, Merchandise, Placemakers and Mico together with Julien Leys, Chief Executive, Building Industry Federation.
Building and construction can lift productivity through standardised digital product data
New Zealand’s building and construction industry can lift its poor productivity by establishing a digital database on building products. . .
Customer loyalty: How to make customers fall in love with the digital experience
Thought leadership webinar on Customer Loyalty with Sally Copland, WoolworthsNZ.
Free SSCC Logistics Label Tool
GS1 has built a useful, online tool just for our members to streamline this process.
Sweet as! Speciality honeys beyond Manuka
Everyone knows manuka honey is something special. But what about avocado or pohutukawa honeys?
Barcodes in graphic design - 2020 winners
Raise The Bar 2020, GS1’s annual barcode design competition for students.
Drinkers awake to a new brew from Morningside
Move aside craft beer, there’s a new beverage on the block for people who love different flavours while they socialise.
The business value in the Ministry of Health Covid-19 poster
The ‘Team of 5 million’ feel safe behind our borders, and the use of the app and the download of the Covid-19 Posters has slowed.
Improving consumer experience with a product data standard
Reliable, complete and consistent product data plays an important role in enabling a seamless experience.
Solid bar toiletries to replace plastic
Ethique is helping New Zealanders – and many others across the world – rid their bathrooms of single use plastic bottles one wash at a time.
RAIN in Lower Hutt – your new experience
New Zealand businesses are invited to discover the latest in RFID (radio frequency identification) for themselves, courtesy of technology innovator Times-7.