It’s been subject to online trading, death threats and the black market. However, the pull of the Ooshie is not new.
In an effort to kill off small talk entirely, Woolworths is trialling a system that will render the checkout obsolete.
As a supermarket employee, the upcoming plastic bag ban has enabled a lot of complaint, and I’ve had enough. Just bring your bags from home, and pop your manners in it. Simple.
With Woolworths (and Coles soon after it) banning the plastic bag from tomorrow, we should truly care, and truly shouldn’t.
Ever wonder what happens in a room full of marketing and ad execs (let’s say, from, ummm, Woolworths, as a random example) focussing on how a campaign could possibly go viral? Read on…
While most of us love a good home brand bargain from Coles and Woolworths, Anne Johnston wants you to consider the real cost of this consumer hunger for cheap goods.