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Issue #44, March-April 2013
Too big, too hard, too difficult? Not for Trigger Happy, the Business Bakery, Mix Limited, or any of the other ridiculously successful businesses in this issue. Ignoring the naysayers, in fact, is how some of our biggest and best got started.Subscribe
James Dyson is a design icon in his own right. So which designs does he admire?
Enough food faddism! It's time to form a gastronomic Protection Society.
Shane Young and Anthony Gadsdon create Saviq, using secret weapon: bee venom
What does it take for a business to have the confidence to move beyond talking about innovation and transformation?
Twitter is limiting, but customer service is still possible in the channel.
Why are companies so opposed to remote/flexible working arrangements?
The Business Bakery is NZ's very own Kool-Air factory.
A good boss is one who'll let you get on with your job and then live happily ever after.
Vaughn Davis pokes his nose into the calm but busy world of Trigger Happy.
Digital is the enabler, but it's the experience that counts.
Six ways Bayer embraces 'open innovation'.
Hazel Phillips reviews Petr Hlavacek's book South
How do you get your awesome idea in front of investors?
Generator's NSS space at Northern Steamship in Britomart is a cut above.
Angel Delivery owner and entrepreneur Rebecca Cass caught the attention of a US operator – via Twitter.
From solar roofs to electric vehicles, Greenstage is placing all its bets on a more sustainable future.
We like to think we're smart, special snowflakes, but we're hardwired to follow the crowd.
Always read the fine print – and make sure users do too.
Gordon Robinson's super-silent fly fishing craft invention, the Pursuit.
Remember those hours of fun and laughter in economics class learning about demand, inflation and GDP? Probably not. But then again, your business studies teacher wasn't Mark Snoad, creator of educational board game Gumption.
If you were running Telecom, what would you do?
Business consultants/authors/Buffett fanboys distil learnings from the Oracle of Omaha into a handy hardcover comprising 18 lessons in dealmaking.
Apparently as human beings, we are interested in three main fundamentals: being successful, being happy, and trying to avoid death. This book focuses on the first of these and by extension, somewhat on the second.
Current affairs got you in a muddle? Fear not, mildly confused reader ... because it just doesn't matter!
Idealog tackles the so-hot-right-now topic of athletic doping.
Programmer meets local food distribution system. They love each other very much and seven months later Bucky Box is born.
If this is how we become the new Finland, I’ll eat my hat.
Madrid Protocol became part of the New Zealand intellectual property landscape on December 10. So, has it made an impact?
Put a ring around these, your official predictions for the rest of 2013.