At least that way the authors could be forgiven for dressing up the mundane as something “amazing”, “unprecedented” and always needing a capital T and L.
More trade, tougher IP laws. Is that a good deal?
Too many business people still think of a commercial brand as something you slap on at the end of the process. But what are customers going to pay you those ...
The first thing you should do if you think you have a good idea: check that it's actually a new one.
The people with the money need to believe in your idea, but not necessarily the way you do.
What they want, what they need.
Creating a culture of innovation through leadership means listening to other people's ideas, too.
Last year Idealog published Cash for Ideas—The Idealog Guide to Commercialising Your Ideas. In its pages we brought together an expert panel from six of the top innovation support firms ...
The year was 1997. IT and electrical savant John Hansen and family were celebrating his daughter’s graduation at a fancy Auckland restaurant—and the service was rubbish. Chaotic and slow, the ...
TelstraClear boss Allan Freeth has led a vocal campaign against the government’s $1.5 billion ultrafast broadband initiative. Now he’s got the industry to follow his lead. So what’s the big ...
Surfers are typically a green lot but surfboard manufacture can be a toxic business.
Mt Cook Alpine Salmon was the wrong product at the wrong place with the wrong people.
An adventure in social media.
Night owls are people too.
Ash Bolland is on track to remake cult classic The Swarm
The best little Kiwi bach, with a solar twist.
When it comes to info, I just want the graphics.
Home enthusiasts, companies and clubs can now make the freshest draft beer on the planet thanks to Nanobrewing Ltd.
Dumbo Feather's Kate Bezar rejected all the rules of business and made up her own rules about publishing to create the ‘mook
Ben Stenbeck does what boys only dream about: drawing comics for US publishers like Marvel and Dark Horse. The Auckland-based artist tracks his own journey
From experiments he begun as a schoolboy, electrical engineer Carlos Van Camp has created a world-leading visual spectacular using high-voltage machines he develops in Auckland.
Failure is the constant companion of entrepreneurs, risk-takers and dreamers
Now is not the time to tighten your belt.