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Ten year old Lilah McDonald is on a mission. After finding out that Auckland only has drinking fountains in 5 percent of its parks,

Who knew a billboard could make the perfect accessory? Taking up-cycling to the extreme, Kiwi company Bagged transforms used billboard vinyl into high-quality bags and

After opening an entertainment business in Rotorua, Kiwi couple James and Laura Astrop have decided to extend their entrepreneurship further with the launch of

Kiwi brand Compostic is the first in the world to provide home compostable cling wrap and resealable bags. Founded by Jon Reed, the company

Founded by Theo Gibson, AudioBooks NZ is a unique Kiwi innovation story that since launching in 2018 has seen great success. Partnering with American

Kiwi exporters Adashiko and Parkers Beverage Company have joined forces to launch a world first RTD, the Adashiko Collagen Refresh water. Innovative RTD's have been

Wellington based charity One Percent Collective, which invites Kiwis to donate one percent of their pay check, has just hit a $2 million milestone

A zero-waste vacuum seal bag has launched into the hunting and fishing industry and goes by the name of Misty Lady. Created by

Joining the highly competitive New Zealand wine industry, newcomer Round Theory offers a range of sustainably sourced, climate positive, vegan friendly wine for consumers

Buying a present for a loved one has just gotten easier, with new start-up 'Chuffed Gifts' offering Kiwis a better way to gift activities

We gave business woman Jane Allan a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Finery, an all natural premium cocktail range. In 2018,

We gave First Table founder Mat Weir a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch online takeaway directory FirstEATS. Following the start-up of his

We gave Samantha Copland a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Perfume Playground, a fragrance company that focuses on creating scents for

We gave advertising creative Ben Polkinghorne a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Swim, a caffeinated vodka soda. To some, a burrito-flavoured

Besides sheep and rugby, what else do non-New Zealanders identify us New Zealanders with? If you said Lord of the rings, you guessed correct.

We gave Leaft Foods co-founder and director Maury Leyland Penno a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch how the company is

We gave Georgia Robertson a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Humanitix, a not-for-profits events platform that has turned ticketing fees

We gave Becky Erwood a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch FED, a weekly food delivery service that brings nutritious, ready-to-eat meals

We gave Rochelle Sheldon a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Joyable, an online platform which allows people to contribute as a

We gave OneRoom CEO David Lutterman a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch his company, which is shaking up the traditional funeral

We gave James Fuller a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Hnry, an all-in-one financial service for self-employed people that takes care

We gave Melissa Firth a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Again Again, a sustainable coffee cups on-demand system which has recently been introduced in

The vanilla-flavoured, sog-resistant edible cups produced by Auckland company Twiice were four years in the making, but now they’re on the menu at Auckland

We gave Angus Brown a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch A?repa, a caffeine-free mental clarity drink that has ingredients derived from

We gave Rich Tangney a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch Edison, a newly launched personalised healthcare service based in Auckland that

We gave Brendan Devoy a little longer than an elevator ride to pitch his company Misfit Brewing Co., a social enterprise brewing company that

Keen to hit the mountain trails with your little one? Eager to raise a future mountain biker? To get families riding together, and to

In the latest instalment of our Flick Electric Co. Elevator Pitch series, Emily Heazlewood, stands in an elevator and explains why – and how – she's

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