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Former IdealogLive Pitch Circus winner, Curate, has just won the ‘established businesses’ category of the Equitise business development competition. Now the plucky start-up is looking to take its ‘social shopping’ ...
Book snobs, cover your ears. Booktrack, the platform that provides intelligent synced audio content to e-books has just secured another NZ$7.5M in funding. Resistance is futile.
Tales from Stanford
When the blade of an angle grinder exploded in his face on the job, Pieter Muller had an epiphany.
Shows like ‘The Big Bang Theory’ have showcased strong female scientific-minds, but playing to stereotypes of personality oddities and terrible fashion don’t really booster the image of girls in STEM ...
Hitting their Kickstarter crowdfunding goal of $50,000 in just eight days, MeMINI is an innovative camera unlike anything else on the market. It’s as close as ever to hitting the ...
This exceptional brand building opportunity is translating directly into sales for the Kiwi designers, as readers who view their magazines on tablet devices are able to simply touch an outfit on-screen to be redirected to the specific garment on SheShops.com where they can purchase the garments straight from the page.
In an event held last Friday, Getty images showcased some of the awesome technologies that they have been developing. Idealog was invited to take a look, and took the opportunity ...
When an architect suddenly pops up and says: ‘we can make a three-bedroom home for under $220,000’, people should pay attention.
Over 9000 designs were submitted online as part of the government's $27million flag considering campaign (and many of them were 'avin' a laff). But business man and philanthropist Gareth Morgan ...
We've all worked for psychopathic bosses. But sometimes the best-intentioned CEO can mess up company culture, accidentally
Sure, corporations have their obligations, but what about the duties of shareholders? When it comes to engaging with the companies they’ve invested in, are shareholders being pro-active enough?
Business success doesn’t just happen because you want it to. You have to work hard at putting the foundations in place. One of those fundamentals is an internal culture that ...
[Scott] Gilmour calculates that over a 40-year work life, these better educated students will earn $20 million more than if they had ended up in low-wage jobs. And they will pay $10m more in tax. That’s a more than 1000% return on the $1.5m investment in those students, he says, not including the money saved by them not being on benefits or in prison.
This isn’t just a cheeky bit of toilet humour: five of Auckland’s heritage public toilets are up for lease. Some of the council’s suggestions for utilising the space include opening ...