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Idealog—in the ideas business



Speight’s family gets craftily cohesive

Speight's Gold Medal Ale remains our most popular beer brand by volume, but as the craft category grows and palates change, the brand has recently tried to become more craft-like and even branched out into – block your ears Southern ... More …



New Zealand’s best workplaces revealed

Overland Footwear has been voted the best company to work for in New Zealand, while newcomer Vend was deemed the best small workplace in the Kenexa Best Workplaces survey for 2012. More …



TIN100: the meat in the innovation sandwich

The almost 200 colour page report on the New Zealand-owned top 100 (well 200 if you count the additional ‘mentions’ at the back) high value manufacturing, biotechnology and ICT sector is now into its eight edition – and its value grows ... More …





Air NZ heads into Middle-earth territory

Pointy ears, hairy feet, bushy beards and heavy armour – it's Middle-earth in mid air, or in other words, Air New Zealand's latest air safety video tapping into the cash cow that is The Hobbit. More …


World-first solar power project lights up Tokelau

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The energy crisis in Tokelau is over. This week the island was freed of its dependency on fossil fuels as Mount Maunganui company PowerSmart completed a world-first solar renewable energy project, officially making Tokelau 100 percent solar powered. More …


Tapping into the accessibility economy

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The average Baby Boomer is the most profitable consumer in the market. They’ve got disposable income and they’re keen to spend it. They enjoy efficient service, polite staff, neatly laid out stores and like to choose from a ... More …



Review: We Can Create 2012

What better way for a weathered creative soul to see in the summer than with an infusion of inspiration from some of the world’s most notorious purveyors of aesthetic goodies? More …