New Zealand consul general Leon Grice is looking to fatten the pipe between New Zealand and the West Coast of the US. James Robinson chews the fat.
STQRY has never been told ‘no’ following a pitch.
Bad Kiwi habits will be sanded off and good Kiwi traits enhanced. Culture clashes will ensue and disorientation will occur. But the opportunities in Silicon Valley for New Zealanders are limitless. James Robinson reports.
Conventional wisdom would say that independent New Zealand entrepreneurs with the germ of an idea and a small, physical product to take to market could not become globetrotting business owners, selling at volume across the world. Conventional wisdom, as James Robinson discovers, would be wrong.
Carnival Labs, a mobile app development company, is taking flight. James Robinson checks in with co-founder Guy Horrocks.
Izon Science has grown to 17 times its previous size in the past three years. Now the nano company has opened a Massachusetts office to service the burgeoning American market. James Robinson charts its rise and peeks into its future.