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Hannah Burnard and her business partner Robyn Pelvin were working in corporate roles when they became frustrated with the mainstream clothing options on offer. They decided to build a new capsule-style ecommerce shopping system, offering five work-appropriate pieces bundled together.

Fed up with trying to find the perfect corporate gift, Angela Edwards saw an opportunity to realise her goal of starting her own business. Enter Miny & Mo, a site that curates and sells gift experiences online. She gives us the lowdown on her new business venture.

Sally Brochocka and Emma Robertson started out as carefree university friends, a bond that would see them through countless travels and shopping trips. Then one day, they began to consider the provenance of their desires. Brochocka gave us the lowdown on their corporate escape and the problem with the quest for ethical 'perfection'.

Can you afford to ignore Bitcoin? That's the question many businesses are asking themselves. A handful of New Zealand companies have already embraced it, and more will no doubt follow.

Frustrated at not being able to find eco products when and where she needed them, Lisa Madarasz launched EcoDeals in February, an e-commerce hub that brings deals on eco-friendly products directly to your inbox twice a week.

Less than a year on from launch, cloud-based customer reward and engagement programme Plenfy is on the verge of launching a dedicated app, having grown rapidly on the back of partnership with other web-based services.