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Emily Heazlewood, a Christchurch entrepreneur has launched a dating app that uses technology to create fulfilling connections.

Gone are the days of CVs and cover letters, Izzy Fanwick has created a new platform that is all about creating a more hyper-personalised

Moving from Apple, Headspace and most recently as the CEO at Tinder, Renate Nyborg is bringing her AI relationship advice app, Meeno, exclusively to

Introducing the new investment platform to enter the market, Goldie, with a focus on real assets such as gold.

A world-first, Openly is an accreditation platform all about championing corporate and government integrity.

&Again is the new innovative platform in town, introducing a modern way of thrifting in hopes to encourage conscious shopping.

A new mental wellbeing app has just launched, giving people the opportunity to pinpoint what is impacting their lives, but they plan to integrate

There is a new food subscription box in town, but unlike the others, Wonky Box is all about the oddly shaped fruits and vegetables

The new tech start-up is addressing the barriers that come along with the journey towards home ownership in New Zealand.

Flipping their lives after leaving their corporate jobs, sisters Jessica Davidson and Lydia Harris have created gift box service, The Duo.

What do you get when you put a pilot and an established businessman together? A passion project to create the finest vodka in the

Women-led start-up Daisy Lab is working to disrupt the dairy industry who are responsible for over half of the country's carbon emissions.

In an unregulated industry, perfume companies are not transparent about their products. Standing up against those giants is NZ company, Abel Odor.

Leaving her corporate job, Kendall Flutey has made it her passion to help solve the financial illiteracy problem in the world through Banqer.

A Nelson husband & wife duo launched their start-up SquareKicker during Covid, & now the innovative web design business is gaining traction globally.

Truestock, a New Zealand stock image library is offering exclusive, royalty-free local stock images capturing an authentic, multicultural Aotearoa. The site will also become

Say hello to Nature’s Fridge, the newest innovator to the vending machine market, making real, healthy, and fresh food accessible and affordable to the

The founder of new online social enterprise Chooza, is calling for Kiwis with lockdown time on their hands to raid their cupboards, clean out

Founded by good mates and top-shelf enthusiasts Luke Jones and Dave Lincoln, Honest is the result of an idea sparked during last year's Lockdown.While

Content creation studio Asset Factory has come to rescue small businesses with its Drop & Run Service, providing product photoshoots in Level 3 conditions.The

MediaWorks is partnering with Time In The Line to help ensure people have the most up to date information when heading to the supermarket

Ex-pro snowboarder Rob Mitchell didn’t plan to enter the female-dominated wellness and nutrition space. His professional career spanning over 15 years was dedicated to

There is an undeniable importance and beneficial role that plastics have played in our everyday lives. Our lives have been made easier, safer, and

Beer lovers rejoice, the days of drinking warm beverages are over thanks to Kiwi brand Huski.Frustrated by the lack of good beer coolers

For Mariska Schoeman, last year's Lockdown couldn't have come at a worse time. Business was thriving - creating bespoke cakes for weddings and special

Saying no to fast fashion, New Zealand jewellery brand Luna & Rose is a circular business which uses recycled materials from Thailand and Indonesia,

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