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Idealog's 2019 Transformation Issue is out now!

The 2019 Transformation issue of Idealog is out now and explores how individuals and businesses can adapt to change when applying new technologies, products, ways of working and embarking on new ventures. It also calls out the myth of instant entrepreneurial success by saying RIP to the overnight success story. Inside, there is stories on how six women leading in New Zealand tech carved their career paths, a profile on New Zealand's next potential billion-dollar-business, how three entrepreneurs took their idea to the world through exits, investments and expansions, how the healthcare system is in for an overhaul, all the finalists from our Wool-ovation competition with the New Zealand Merino Company, how the digital world is altering human connection through sex tech, and much, much, more. Read on for a full breakdown of what to expect inside the issue. 

Buy a copy of the Transformation Issue here, or sign up for an annual subscription to Idealog here.

If you need a little more convincing, read on below for what's inside the latest issue.

From tech to touch

The world’s leading authority on sextech, Bryony Cole, chats with us about how the digital world can change human connection, for the better

Wool-ovation finalists

We’ve narrowed down 92 entries to nine finalists for our 2019 Wool-ovation competition with Studio ZQ – did your design make the cut?


Predicting the future

We meet the data company that is helping companies like Uber predict the future and has been called New Zealand’s next potential billion-dollar-business

The future of healthcare

It’s no longer just about the quest to live forever – we explore how personalised healthcare is going to shake up medical system

Good tech, bad tech
Influential people in business share how technology has changed their lives, for the better

Fail to win

Vend and OMGTech! founder Vaughan Fergusson shares why there are some big myths outhere in start-up land, and the overnight success story is the biggest myth out of them all

 

Exits, expansions, investments
Three founders from SwipedOn, Soul Machines and Narrative share how they took their business idea to the world

  
   
True grit
Six leading women in tech share how they carved their career path, and open up about the personal challenges they faced along the way

  
Rethinking Aotearoa's cultural gateway
Inside the redesign of Auckland Airport's International Departure experience

Plus way more exciting content that we don't have the space to mention here. Well, what are you waiting for? Buy a copy of the Transformation Issue here, or sign up for an annual subscription to Idealog here.

Idealog has been covering the most interesting people, businesses and issues from the fields of innovation, design, technology and urban development for over 12 years. And we're asking for your support so we can keep telling those stories, inspire more entrepreneurs to start their own businesses and keep pushing New Zealand forward. Give over $5 a month and you will not only be supporting New Zealand innovation, but you’ll also receive a print subscription and a copy of the new book by David Downs and Dr. Michelle Dickinson, No. 8 Recharged (while stocks last).