Duke Engines has spent years refining designs for The Next Great Engine in humble Blockhouse Bay, Auckland.
Issue #48, November-December 2013
It's that time of year again – innovation time! (Well, that's actually all the time, but anyway...) Issue 48 has all the details from the NZ Innovators Awards 2013: the winners, some of the top finalists, and the punters you saw in Idealog first. It's also our first ever cover constructed fully out of cardboard and shot in situ, with Innovators Awards finalist Mat Bogust popping into the frame for good measure.Subscribe
Positive Outlook, a smart-thinking NZ startup is looking to facial recognition technology to help deter problem gamblers
Biowool's Dan McLaughlin, the Kiwi inventor of the wool suitcase (no joke) has a few things to say about innovation in his home country.
Switch your mobile device to flight mode, Idealog reader, and download this, everything you need to know about the smartphone phenomenon.
STQRY has never been told ‘no’ following a pitch.
How to deal with shareholder activism
Solar has the potential to power more than just camping showers.
Crowdfunding in New Zealand: These days it’s the fastest-growing way to find funding for everything from a better mousetrap to a one-man heavy-metal burlesque revue.
Countries and cities that have invested in fast, ubiquitous internet have experienced faster growth and increased efficiencies.
Keith Abraham wants to help you fix your life, with his quick and dirty self-help book on finding your passion.
Digilogue by Anders Sorman-Nilsson explains that it's about "how to win the digital minds and analogue hearts of tomorrow's customers."
Avoiding the ‘email clusterf**k’ was at the top of Brian Kassler’s agenda when he founded Showtools.
We're a tech startup growing quickly right now, and we are considering our options for a proper organisational structure. What should we think about, and how does organisational structure help influence the success of a company?
Our brief era of non-intervention is fast slipping away.
How do you create a job? Why can't we just cancel everyone's debt? And when am I going to win Lotto?
Lovenotes is designer stationery created by Amanda Judd
The reports of email's death at the hands of social have been greatly exaggerated - the two can work in happy tandem. That's why eggs from many baskets make a smart omelette.
Inspiration is everything, writes Vaughn Davis, and you can’t fake it.
Ecoman by Malcolm Rands is really a family story, explaining not just the 'what and how' of business, but the 'why'.
Mike Hutcheson embarks on a journey of self-discovery
At ASB’s new headquarters in North Wharf, even the CEO is free to work wherever she wants.
So you’ve just won your first business award (congratulations!) and you're riding high on the wave of adulation. Now what? Lance Wiggs weighs in.
MotorEyes is the unfair result of two crash incidents that prompted entrepreneur Gareth Poley to produce in-car surveillance systems.
The cream of the crop of aesthetic brilliance from the 2013 Best Awards.
The NZ Innovators Awards had plenty of techy goodies in the bag, including an app to get you home safely, a way to aggregate social media in real time and a check-in app used on Steven Spielberg's superyacht.
Well, they say sex sells... and now Plant & Food Research has found that stopping insects from having rumpy-pumpy is the way to having less pests. Plus GreenButton's Cloud Fabric, Fonterra's alternative cheese method and more, from the 2013 NZ Innovators Awards.
Year nine student Ayla Hutchinson won a top award at this year's NZ Innovators Awards.