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Everyone wants to come out on the right side of any deal, and relationships are key to a good outcome. So it’s useful to understand that clients, staff and suppliers are all equal in this equation.
James Kemp outlines how to position yourself as an authority in your market so you become the natural, default choice and have clients flocking to you.
As part of the New Zealand Innovation Council’s new video series, Innovation Heroes - Show and Tell, which will focus on eight specific elements required to achieve successful business growth, ...
Forget about innovation
Branding is just as important as innovation, says Dow Design's Simon Wedde.
Looking back to go forward
Wish we'd thought of that
Let it snow
We regularly celebrate our community’s brilliance. But for our Design Issue, we wanted to showcase some of that brilliance in a slightly different way. So we got some of our favourite humans from the fields of art, design, architecture and creative business to play with Lego.View articles (6)
The 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards are open for entries. If you've got an amazing product, service, process or venture – or you know someone who needs to be shoulder-tapped – now’s the time to get it out there. And to help encourage entries and showcase the categories, we’re going to be regularly showcasing the best innovations we come across.View articles (4)
Wish we'd thought of that
Rise of the machines
Auckland CBD’s urban rejuvenation continues to flourish with the launch of Custom Lane, a revamped laneway beneath the Grand Mercure Auckland. Renowned street artist Owen Dippie has lent a hand ...
Scraping the barrel
Wine and skateboards aren’t usually a combination that’s recommended, unless you want to end up as part of the asphalt. However, a company called the Paper Rain Project has combined ...
Birth of a legend
Ikea is celebrating its iconic blue bag with a video showing how its become apart of people's lives.
Shop till the awards drop
Staying warm & digital
Industry training organisation ServiceIQ has released two 17-page action plans which map out how Maori and Pasifika staff can develop their skills and participation in the service sector.
Rather than being afraid of sparking controversy, brands should stand up for the causes that matter, says Karma Cola's marketing manager Angela Barnett. Even if this means taking the odd ...
Board Dynamics CEO Henri Eliot shares the traits that help make for an effective leader at any organisation.
Idealog's Guide to Wellington
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