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Show and Tell: How do you spend on R&D while continuing to grow your business?

Innovation Heroes

Show and Tell: How do you spend on R&D while continuing to grow your business?

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, some of Aotearoa’s best-known innovators share their stories of innovation and inspiration. This time Sunfed Meats’ Shama Lee, Ligar’s Nigel Slaughter and Volpara’s Lisa Johnston talking funding and R&D.;

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Agribusiness helps form the backbone of Aotearoa's economy. Are you doing something stupendous that you think deserves to be recognised at the 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards? Then enter it in the Innovation in Agribusiness & Environment category, sponsored by Bayer NZ.

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Tourism is now New Zealand's largest industry. Are you doing something utterly awesome that you think deserves to be recognised at the 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards? Then enter it in the Innovation in Tourism and Entertainment category, sponsored by none other than us here at Idealog.

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We all want to live longer - and there's plenty of companies working to help us do just that. Do you have a health innovation that you think deserves to be recognised at the 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards? Then enter it in the Innovation in Health & Science category, sponsored by Chorus.

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New Zealand is known as a nation of innovation. And that innovation trickles down to the very stuff we eat and drink. Do you have a comestible-related creation that you think deserves to be recognised at the 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards? Then enter it in the Innovation in Food and Beverage category, sponsored by Plant & Food Research.

The future is here

PwC’s Commercialising Innovation Report shows that artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the most advanced of the emerging technologies in New Zealand - and some Kiwi companies are already banking the returns.

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Whether it’s the Te Whare Tapa Whā health model or the ancient juice squeezer known as the tāwiri, Māori innovation has been key to Aotearoa’s development. Do you have a unique contribution to tangata whenua that you think deserves to be recognised at the 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards in the Innovation in Māori Development category, sponsored by KPMG?