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Low-Income Kiwi Households To Benefit From Million Dollar Charity Donation

Monday, 25 January 2021, 11:17 am | Ecosa

Low-Income Kiwi Households to Benefit from Million Dollar Charity Donation More than $1.5 million worth of mattresses has been donated to support Kiwis in need as part of a charitable initiative between The Salvation Army and a local bed supplier. ... More >>

COVID-19: Surge In Kiwis Ordering Beds & Mattresses Online As More Work From Bed

Thursday, 20 August 2020, 10:54 am | Ecosa

A local online retailer of a new flat-pack bed base and mattress in a box has seen a surge in demand through the country with more time being spent in bed during lockdown. Alice Allen spokesperson for Ecosa says the New Zealand market is growing at more ... More >>

COVID-19: Frontline Nurse & Influencer Uses Social Media Platforms To Support Colleagues

Wednesday, 20 May 2020, 2:32 pm | Ecosa

A nurse and social media influencer has used his platform to encourage the donation of products to help support nurses on the frontline of COVID-19 testing Franz Arevalo, a senior clinical nurse, and fitness influencer @thenattynurse has secured thousands ... More >>

COVID-19: Kiwi Consumers To Benefit From Increased Competition At Level 3

Wednesday, 22 April 2020, 3:38 pm | Ecosa

Online retail sales have seen an immediate lift following the Prime Minister’s announcement the country would move out of Level 4 lockdown. The move is set to benefit consumers by providing more competition in the market and reducing prices according ... More >>

Kiwi Men Romantics At Heart - Research

Friday, 14 February 2020, 8:32 am | Ecosa

New research shows Kiwi are romantic, believe in love at first sight, spend more on Valentine’s Day than their partners, and would rather cuddle up as a couple than have time alone according to a new study. The Ecosa Bedroom survey investigated ... More >>

Kiwis Waistlines Forcing Us to Find New Sleep Positions

Sunday, 18 August 2019, 10:28 am | Ecosa

Kiwis’ expanding waistlines and higher BMIs are forcing us to adopt new sleep positions to help them breathe - according to new research. More >>