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Idealog—in the ideas business

Board ready’ women, the IoD wants to hear from you

Applications open today for the Institute of Directors’ (IoD) Mentoring for Diversity programme, which pairs a senior director or chairman with a 'board ready' woman (now there's a term that could cause some debate) who wants to develop a ... More …


Awards

Seeking world class New Zealand leaders

What do multi-Oscar winner Richard Taylor, fashion designer Karen Walker, Trade Me founder Sam Morgan and founder of Les Mills International, Phillip Mills, have in common? For one, they're all past winners of a World Class New Zealand Award ... More …


What’s happening in angel investment

The last few Young Company Finance Index findings have pointed to a trend for angel investors investing less at a time, and the latest results are no different. More …








Coke gets personal: is your name one of the 150?

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As brands go, it doesn't get much more multinational than Coca-Cola. But the soft drink giant is getting down with the locals from today, with new bottles on sale from today featuring 150 first names on its famous red ... More …



Wynyard Quarter woos multinationals

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Multinationals are being wooed to the proposed innovation hub in the reinvigorated Wynyard Quarter by ATEED in an effort to balance Kiwi startups in Auckland’s “engine room". More …


Yahoo! names inaugural Digital Stars

Steph Pearson from DraftFCB and PHDiQ’s Brendan Hewitt have been named winners of the first-ever Yahoo! New Zealand Digital Stars Awards, beating out 16 other young digital media whippersnappers and scoring an all expenses paid trip to Ad:Tech ... More …


How to make better strategic decisions

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Business owners, and charismatic leaders are used to getting their own way, and can tend to downplay opinions and evidence that conflict with their point of view. Big mistake. More …