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Michal Garvey talks how her app Foodprint is rescuing food destined for landfill (watch)

Transfarmation

Michal Garvey talks how her app Foodprint is rescuing food destined for landfill (watch)

Idealog and Sprout Accelerator set out to find the future of food production in New Zealand, and the grand winner is Michal Garvey, the founder and director of Foodprint. She will go on to develop her food rescue app in the Sprout Accelerator in 2020, while also jetting off on a trip to the Natural Products Expo in California, USA next year. In this video, we have a chat to Garvey about how she came up with the idea for her app, what it felt like to win the Transfarmation competition, her next phase of development and more.

Women Who Lead

In the first of a series highlighting the vibrant women in New Zealand business doing great things in their respective fields, we profile Hilary Ngan Kee, the head of strategy and a director at award-winning agency Motion Sickness. Ngan Kee flies more under the radar than the other two heads at the agency, founder and creative director Sam Stuchbury and partner and digital head Alex McManus, but opens up about what it's like to be a woman who leads in an honest conversation with Idealog editor Elly Strang. Here, she talks Motion Sickness’ untraditional route into the advertising industry, what she brings to the table as a woman in a leadership position alongside Stuchbury and McManus, impostor syndrome, her hopes for the next generation of workers coming through and why you shouldn’t tie your worth to your professional achievements.