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More than 700,000 Kiwis are affected by hearing loss, which is why this World Hearing Day (March 3), hearing aid company Oticon is urging

The New Zealand Merino Company (NZM) and global Merino wool apparel and footwear brands Allbirds, icebreaker and Smartwool have joined forces to launch the

Research commissioned by small business lending specialist Prospa has revealed that the majority (57 percent) of SME owners in New Zealand say it is

Technology is New Zealand's fastest growing and second biggest export sector, however a new national survey has revealed that only a small number of

Sir John Kirwan's digital double is the latest feature on mental wellbeing platform Mentemia. Launched by Kirwan himself, Mentemia provides people with simple tools

To help increase rideshare safety, Ola is using the power of artificial intelligence to launch new safety-tech feature 'Guardian'. The first of its kind

New Zealand already has a high number of family violence cases each year, however since the lockdown has been in place, domestic violence has

The aftermath of covid-19 has been heavily felt by many, and in particular New Zealand charities. Taking actions into their own hands, Trade Me

Mental health provider Emerge Aotearoa is introducing its latest social enterprise ‘Ignite Aotearoa’ which will provide New Zealand organisations with new ways to help

The 2019 Reimagination issue of Idealog is out now and explores the art of reinvention in business and why it's never too late to pivot into

Ben Kepes is a technology analyst, commentator and consultant. His commentary has been widely published in such outlets as Forbes, Wired and The Guardian,

Ben Kepes is a technology analyst, commentator and consultant. His commentary has been widely published in such outlets as Forbes, Wired and The Guardian,

Ben Kepes is a technology analyst, commentator and consultant. His commentary has been widely published in such outlets as Forbes, Wired and The Guardian,

Humans are facing the fastest rate of change and some of the biggest challenges our species has ever encountered. Never before have transformative skillsets,

At the 2019 Hi-Tech Awards held earlier this year, amongst the tech heavyweights that were crowned victorious like Rocket Lab and PushPay, one name

Ben Kepes is a technology analyst, commentator and consultant. His commentary has been widely published in such outlets as Forbes, Wired and The Guardian,

There are some big myths out there in start-up land, Vend and OMGTech! founder Vaughan Fergusson says. The overnight success story is the biggest

Forget the ingredients touted as necessary to make a little girl in the age-old nursery rhyme, What Are Little Boys Made Of? To be

Entrepreneurs are a rare breed, and entrepreneurial students are even rarer. But the 20-something team of Waikato University students that make up Chameleon – Namrah

When the subject of Soul Machines comes up, most of us think immediately of the company’s startlingly realistic AI-powered digital humans. But you could

What a difference a year can make. Just ask SwipedOn founder and CEO Hadleigh Ford. Founded in 2013, the Tauranga-based SwipedOn produces a slick,

Forget the ingredients touted as necessary to make a little girl in the age-old nursery rhyme, What Are Little Boys Made Of? To be

Narrative co-founder James Broadbent says he's always had the business bug. Now, he can consider himself good at raising money too: The photography workflow software

The first thing to know about creative digital agency Resn is they aren’t just famous in New Zealand. They’re renowned worldwide.But what are we

The world of work is changing, and the thought of a robot-filled future can be intimidating at best, and downright panic-inducing at worst. Thankfully, a

Serious question: is there such thing as a typographic accent? Something that speaks to our Aotearoa-ness and stands out amid a veritable sea of

3D printing has hit headlines for its many uses since its mainstream conception around a decade ago, but one field where it’s being used somewhat silently

Not many 23-year-olds head up their own wholesale, plant-based food business, but most 23-year-olds aren’t like Hannah Mellsop. Thanks to a whole lot of