The Inspired Jewellery Group's future looks bright now that China's calling.
New Zealand consul general Leon Grice is looking to fatten the pipe between New Zealand and the West Coast of the US. James Robinson chews the fat.
Transport technology company EROAD has opened its first US office in Portland, Oregon, with five staff, following a a commercial pilot in 2012 and a regulatory pilot in 2013.
Who knew there was an award showcase devoted to packaging design for private brand product ranges? Well, there is - the brand new Vertex Awards - and New Zealand’s Brother Design picked up ‘Best in Show’ and four gold medals for its work on Foodstuffs' Pams range.
DDB, Terabyte Interactive, Colenso and Saatchi & Saatchi are among those getting international recognition for their work in this year's Webby awards.
Medicine Mondiale is partnering with European based International development organisation Valid Nutrition to trial the products formulations Sir Ray Avery’s charity has developed to treat malnutrition.
US-based not-for-profit the Social Progress Imperative has just released the first Social Progress Index, rating 132 countries based on their social and environmental performance, which New Zealand tops across a wide range of measures.
Arboraceous, a short film by 16-year old Kiwi Natasha Bishop, premiered this week at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington DC alongside films made by the BBC and Discovery Channel.
Cloud video collaboration platform Wipster has officially gone global, launching at SXSW.
Are you a business owner or exec itching to expand your international expertise? Entries are now open for the 2014 Prime Minister’s Business Scholarships and economic development minister Steven Joyce is encouraging applicants from smaller firms.