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The latest trials and triumphs of plucky start-up Raglan Coconut Yoghurt
It’s high time we stopped thinking we can play with the Big Boys in terms of our agricultural production.
Identical twins Matt and Brady Thomas went to the same university and had the same first job. Now they are 29 and their second co-founded start-up has just raised $470,000 ...
David Downs had the joy of being one of the judges of the 2015 New Zealand Innovators Awards. And he's fizzing.
Could computers one day make our medical decisions for us? A New Zealand professor says humans should still have input – lest we give rise to another HAL.
Best Design Awards
One thing about the recent non-developments in Hawaii is positive, at least. The breakdown of the talks signals that New Zealand negotiators don’t seem to be in a position where we will sign simply anything in the interests of cutting a deal. For now, our interest is self-interest, and that, as negotiations continue, is something to hold onto.
Design fit out
Starting with unwanted pallets from his father’s farm and using his grandfather’s old Dutch woodworking tools, Paul Roest has created a fit-out business from upcycled materials.
Best Design Awards
The Best Design Awards' Best Effects category showcases designs that go above and beyond, bringing a profitable outcome for the clients involved. Here's a breakdown of this year's finalists.
New Zealand’s top fashion brands are being encouraged to share information about their supply chains by the likes of Child Labor Free, Space Between and Sustainable Fashion. The three organisations ...
Looking for a new way to improve productivity, give employees more autonomy and job satisfaction and even improve your bottom line? Easy. Get rid of the boss.
99% of the time, sitting through a job interview sucks. When your potential employer starts throwing crazy lateral-thinking questions your way, that percentage rises to 100.
Almost nine out of 10 Fortune 100 companies use Myers-Briggs personality profiling in some way to check out how their employees view the world and make decisions. But it’s also ...
Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things, and the Wearable Tech annual potluck picnic: Two must-attend September meetups for the geekily inclined.