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03 June 2021

 
 
Tips from the best: How to win a James Dyson Award

Design

Tips from the best: How to win a James Dyson Award

Each year, the James Dyson Award challenges inventive and entrepreneurial undergraduates and recent graduates of design and engineering to ‘design something that solves a problem’. The brief is purposely broad and open-ended, tasking students to solve real-world problems. Previous winners have found solutions to renewable energy generation, new forms of sustainable plastics, and medical and[…]

 
How DiDi’s Lydia Wang is driving equality in the workplace

Work Life

How DiDi’s Lydia Wang is driving equality in the workplace

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 really examine their contribution - or lack thereof - towards encouraging gender equality, both within and outside of the workplace due to a range of important factors and conversations.[…]

 
 
 
 
E-scooter company Beam celebrates 10 million rides

Tech

E-scooter company Beam celebrates 10 million rides

Beam, the largest micromobility operator in Australia and New Zealand has achieved the milestone of 10 million rides. This is the equivalent of 15 million kilometres traveled by e-scooter or 19 trips to the moon and back.  Tom Cooper, General Manager of Beam in Australia and New Zealand says the company would like to thank its customers[…]

 
Sharing treats: NZ baking mix brand expands into Australia

Venture

Sharing treats: NZ baking mix brand expands into Australia

New Zealand baking mix company Hill St is expanding into Australia in a deal that will see the Hill St Bases range sold in over 500 Woolworths stores across the country. Created by Eliana Glover, the company offers a healthy, modern alternative to traditional baking mixes. Easy to bake and to eat, Hill St’s mixes[…]

 
The great feebate debate – the pros, cons and confusions

Issues

The great feebate debate – the pros, cons and confusions

Words by   Erik Zydervelt The term feebate has been floating around the New Zealand political zeitgeist from as early as 2018 but with the recent announcement for this year’s NZ Government budget, we may finally have one of the solutions to transport emissions Kiwis have been clamouring for.  While there is much merit in[…]

   
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TVNZ appoints new chief revenue officer
 

TVNZ appoints new chief revenue officer

 
 
 
 
ANZ’s Group CMO on making better marketing
 

ANZ’s Group CMO on making better marketing