This is they:
Cragg’s idea is for a web-based application that will help you keep abreast of your competition’s business activity without having to choke your inbox to death with a thousand competitor emails.
At the moment there are no solutions on the market to directly address this, so Craig’s aim is to create a web-based application that can track your competitors' marketing activities and give you the tools to create informed strategies needed to remain competitive.
North-Bailey wants to bring Book Slam, London’s literary nightclub (yes, that’s a real thing) to Auckland.
Book Slam Downunder will be Auckland’s own version of London’s best/first/only literary nightclub.
She’s promising guest writers, live music, a DJ, and a special spot for awkward teen poetry (submissions welcome).
“You should come,” she says. “It’ll be fun.”
First round’s on us.
Congratulations to the winners.
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