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Idealog—in the ideas business

Britomart concourse becomes a wearable gallery

Creative agency True has collaborated with Adshel and mobile application business StQry (pronounced story – featured in the latest Idealog) to turn the Britomart concourse into an ad-hoc gallery for World of WearableArt. More …




Curating cool with The Collectors

'A collection of cool from near and far' – that's the tagline on new online store The Collectors, which curates quirky items from shower speakers to sunglasses. More …


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Technology

Tech organisations join forces for US push

The New Zealand Technology Industry Association, Immigration New Zealand and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise are among those banding together to promote Kiwi innovation at South by Southwest (SXSW) in the US next month. More …


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Technology

Liddell takes seat as Xero board chair

Former General Motors vice chairman and Microsoft senior vice president Chris Liddell is Xero's new board chair, one of a number of key US appointments. More …


How growing companies can keep that small feeling

As companies grow they often lose their startup vibe. But a few manage to avoid the trap of bigness. How do businesses like TradeMe still somehow feel like they're made up of real people who treat their customers like ... More …


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Technology

The Wrap: 12 February

This week's Wrap has a map for those who dream of exploring the internet, why LinkedIn is honing in, the Oculus Rift's first dedicated title and Sochi from above. More …



Channel your inner athlete

Success, whether in sports or business, comes down to the same core fundamentals. So take a leaf out of the professional athlete's playbook, says Zac de Silva. More …




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Opinion

Apple’s lessons for entrepreneurs

When it comes to Apple, you're a fanboy or a hater. But there's no doubting the Silicon Valley success story has some sure routes to entrepreneurial success, says Dave Anderson. More …



Whitebook: Gorgeous products with a dash of good

Sally Brochocka and Emma Robertson started out as carefree university friends, a bond that would see them through countless travels and shopping trips. Then one day, they began to consider the provenance of their desires. Brochocka gave us the lowdown ... More …