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Idealog—in the ideas business


Win! Idealog tees!

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In clearing out the cupboards recently, we stumbled across a stash of never-worn-before Idealog t-shirts. More …


Loaded Reports a solution for industry by industry

The young founders of the Cook Brothers Bars group have built up a solid core of seven hospitality outlets over the last seven years, but now they're expanding into new territory with a tool designed to help hospitality business ... More …


IPEXCHANGE’s worldly take on patents

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IPEXCHANGE is a Hong Kong-based startup with an international team that aims to connect patent owners worldwide with others looking for the solutions the patents offer. More …



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Awards

Colenso and DDB claim first Kiwi Cannes wins

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Beer is the flavour of the moment, with Colenso winning a gold, silver and bronze in the Promo & Activation category for Monteith’s and a bronze Direct Lion for its ‘The Wine That Sold Beer’ campaign for DB Breweries, while ... More …


The evolution of 8-bit

Nostalgia has fulled a resurgence of retro gaming (see our story on Pippin Barr, the Kiwi whose 8-bit games are garnering a following), but does it have a future as something more than a gimmick? More …


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Win

Win! Survive & Thrive tickets

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Survive & Thrive 2012 is focusing on sustainability – of self, practice, communities and organisations – and explores how having a sustainable creative ecology serves the world’s communities. More …




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Packaging Design

Invivo storms the market with graffitied wine boxes

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Kiwi winery Invivo is well known for bringing the wine and art scenes together, and its latest effort involves a range of limited edition graffiti wine boxes produced by Kiwi and British street artists. More …



Students Hong Kong-bound after International Trade Challenge

Kitset cardboard houses, stackable bed frames, tea filters made from charcoal and environmentally friendly pine-based drink bottles were just some of the wood-based products envisioned by 81 young aspiring entrepreneurs taking part in the FedEx Express/Junior Achievement International Trade ... More …