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Work takes up a significant chunk of our lives (about a third of them in fact) so it's very important to put the same

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The third of our Boss Ladies series profiles Lisa Booth, a food systems innovator, entrepreneur, founder, and CEO of Kete Kai, Aotearoa’s most accessible

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Words by Lydia Wang, Head of People and Culture at DiDi Where are we? In the last five years we’ve started to see businesses and individuals

Coming to the end of Female Founder month, we are continuing to profile exceptional Kiwi women who have managed to take their business ideas

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Startmate's new Founders Fellowship programme aims to find and support the next generation of founders to enter Australia and New Zealand's start-up ecosystem. Commencing

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With May being Female Founder month, we thought it fitting to shine a light on some incredible Kiwi women who are kicking-ass in the

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The world of startups and entrepreneurs is an extremely competitive place, where only the dedicated and driven survive. However, one of the most visible

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DHL Express has been crowned 2021's top employer for the seventh consecutive year thanks to its boom in e-commerce and most recently growing its

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2020 may be the year the world changed but 2021 is fast proving that it was only the beginning and our workplaces are leading

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Small businesses are the driver of New Zealand's economy, responsible for 28 percent of NZ's GDP and employing more than 630,000 people. But are

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Through its world-first 'Boost Programme', Global technology leader Cisco is helping New Zealand women who have been displaced by the pandemic pivot a career

A Māori and Pasifika-led TVC encouraging Kiwis to shop small has just gone to air for New Zealand’s first Small Business Day, a competition-based campaign

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Recently landing in New Zealand, jobs platform inploi is set to disrupt traditional job sites, while targeting Millenial and Generation-Z candidates. Described as the

By Helen Lea, MYOB chief employee experience officer After a year of overcoming and navigating challenges, it seems apt that this year for International Women’s

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Change catalyst enterprise Will&Able is helping both the environment and the community by employing Kiwis with disabilities to help fill and pack its range

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New Zealand-based content marketing agency Paste & Publish has announced that they are setting aside 5 percent of revenue to provide pro bono work

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By Blair McKolskey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nje_vJJ7ihg&feature=emb_logo It’s no secret that the pace of life has changed significantly in recent years. With greater demands, a constant drive for productivity

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

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Startmate's women-only Fellowship is opening applications across Australia and New Zealand as it sets its sights on gender diversity in startups. The Fellowship provides

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Digital farming company WayBeyond has appointed Kylie Horomia as the new Head of Industry Transformation. Her years of experience in communications and Horticulture will

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The Kiwi design business at the forefront of office trends, PLN Group, have a pretty good idea about what businesses need to make their

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Thanks to a new pilot initiative operated by Workbridge and funded by the Department of Internal Affairs, small business owners who are disabled will

The current crisis has only increased the need to innovate and be innovative. Business leaders the world over have had to pivot their products,

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By James Nicolle Boost is 100 percent owned by its owner and CEO Nathan Donaldson. The company is soon to turn 20 years old and

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Setting the style agenda in New Zealand for the last 18 years, Superette co-founders Rickie Dee and James Rigden are true innovators in the

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By Angela Barnett Creating fair and equitable workplaces shouldn’t be up to any group or individuals, it should be a process built into the system.

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