Launching a new business can be full of unexpected twists and turns. But with watertight patents in place to protect his valuable IP, one inventor has kept his project on the straight and narrow.
For decades PlaceMakers has been loved by Kiwis, from tradespeople to DIY enthusiasts, and with the building industry gearing up for growth, its partnership with BNZ is more important than ever
The recent Innes 48-hour business startup competition reeled in a host of star speakers. Among them was seasoned entrepreneur, advisor and investor Neil Richardson, who has been part of ventures including Gallagher Group, AgResearch, Endace and many more.
Looking to amp up the exporting side of your business? Think good and hard before moving forward.
In a vastly changed economic and societal climate, succession planning is also a completely different landscape.
AUT University’s Running Mechanics Clinic, modelled on the University of Calgary’s Running Injury Clinic in Canada, aims to help runners stay injury-free and improve their performance.
Successful networking is easy. Just follow the rules of schmooze
Kiwi musos take inspirational trips to India and Brazil. It’s a rewarding exercise for everyone involved
It’s fashion week darling, and come 1 o’clock today I’ll be rummaging in my goodie bag and settling in down at the Viaduct to enjoy the Widdess show
Mark Roach, manager of top Kiwi music acts, shares his tips on keeping talent creative and comfortable