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September-October 2014

Issue #53, September-October 2014

Christchurch booms! Apps go bust! Data goes big and small! Inside this issue we search for hope in Canterbury's ruins and reveal everything you want to know about building apps but are too afraid to ask. Plus Big Data and strong views about tech IPOs


July-August 2014

Issue #52

We delve into Telecom's rebrand to Spark and look back to where the company has come from. Plus, we look at the homes that will solve New Zealand's housing crisis, ...

May-June 2014

Issue #51

Exposure doesn't pay the bills, so show us creative professionals the money! Plus the rise of self-publishing, grilling Retirement Commissioner Diana Maxwell, behind the curtain at outdoors specialists Cactus Equipment ...

March-April 2014

Issue #50

THE ICEMAN COMETH! Rob Fyfe explains how Icebreaker is angling to crack a billion-dollar turnover and Jeremy Moon reflects on the journey thus far. Plus we take a peek inside ...

January-February 2014

Issue #49

Introducing the YouBike, originally a makeshift solution that's set to become an export sensation. And in other goodies, we hit up a handful of top Kiwi business minds to see ...

November-December 2013

Issue #48

It's that time of year again – innovation time! (Well, that's actually all the time, but anyway...) Issue 48 has all the details from the NZ Innovators Awards 2013: the ...

September-October 2013

Issue #47

In the 'design issue' of 2013, we investigate the matter of boutiques versus behemoths: is being a Jack of all trades (or a Jill) good for your design career? Plus ...

July-August 2013

Issue #46

How to grow a brand; Erica and Kim Crawford are building their new wine brand from the ground up. (Literally.) Plus National MP Amy Adams is agitating for less red ...

May-June 2013

Issue #45

As commercial creatives, how do you self promote without coming across as a rampant egomaniac? Plus a health check on the Kiwi film industry, a trio of local exporters making ...

March-April 2013

Issue #44

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 ...