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Idealog—in the ideas business


Young Bright & Broke launches with a bang

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The industry’s brightest young things turned out in droves last week to kick off the inaugural event for Young Bright & Broke, a collection of young people working within the communications industry established by CAANZ. More …


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Events

Nominate your IT heroes now

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"They don't get to attend fancy awards dinners like marketing. They don't wield power like finance. And they don't get to lunch in fancy restaurants like the sales team." More …




Bridging the gap in our forestry industry

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New Zealand’s contribution to the world’s supply of industrial wood may be relatively small, but across Asia-Pacific markets our timber accounts for almost 10 percent of all forest products. This makes it one of our most significant industries. More …


Six ideas for smarter farming

The New Zealand approach is less about ideas and imagined futures and more to do with how we can sell more (valuable) stuff in a more environmentally sustainable way. More …


Changing power providers made easier for SMEs

DraftFCB's What's My Number power switching campaign is one of the biggest success stories of recent years, and now it's paved the way for a new tool for SMEs looking to cut power costs by changing electricity ... More …




GrabOne first off the Passbook ranks in NZ

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GrabOne steps out as the first New Zealand company to integrate with Passbook, a new feature in iOS6 that enables the storage of coupons, loyalty cards, tickets and more on your iPhone. More …




The wacky world of wearable art

Owl City's Fireflies music video had a bedroom come alive and at the 2012 Brancott Estate World of WearableArt Awards Show, a similar scene opened events as the characters of a little girl’s imagination revealed themselves – the pyjama-clad ... More …


As NZ goes digital, TV recycling scheme announced

You've seen the Going Digital telly ads. You know what you need to do to keep your TV on. And now the government has announced a national scheme to encourage the recycling of unwanted televisions and raise investment in ... More …