Why on earth did Christina Domecq go from high-flying global entrepreneur to leading a Kiwi state-owned startup?
The Youth Enterprise Scheme has started many entrepreneurs on their path and resulted in hundreds of new jobs, a new survey shows.
The Entrepreneurial Winning Women scheme is launching with the aim of boosting the number of global companies run by Kiwi women.
World Moving & Storage founder Raymond Dobbe discusses how his company's unusual structure and values have lead to business success.
Matching the brains of men and machines is Sean Gourley’s latest challenge.
Former All White Tim Brown has been chosen to take part in an entrepreneurial programme in the UK.
Experienced entrepreneur Basil Peters is bringing years of experience to the task of helping others to cash out.
New Zealand needs to teach entrepreneurial skills to its scientists and engineers, a Nobel Prize winner says.
Australia’s Young Woman Innovator for 2013 Rebekah Campbell has savvy Silicon Valley investors backing her latest venture.
OPINION: The split of equity in a young firm needs to be hashed out early and honestly, writes columnist Dan Khan.
Social Code founder Siobhan Bulfin has self-funded her startup so far. But that could change as it cracks the American market.
Buckley Systems founder Bill Buckley has been named the Flying Kiwi for 2013 by the Hi-Tech Trust
Andre Schellenberg has won the New Zealand Global Student Entrepreneur Award for his website and brand FLEXED.
Getting a business through the startup phase is usually a relief but veteran Grant Ryan plans to make it his full time job.
The Fast 50 list has come full circle, with up-and-comers like frozen yoghurt franchise KiwiYo seeking ever faster growth.
The Kiwi founder of US-based tech firm DialedIN is back home seeking investors for his venture.
Green cleaning has proved successful for this year's Deloitte Fast 50 winner, Earthwise
A new website is allowing consumers to rent out everything from houses to high heels.
People who work up to three days from home are more productive than their office-bound co-workers.
Unlimited pairs Jucy’s ‘chief Jucifier’ Tim Alpe with fashion footwear doyenne Kathryn Wilson to compare leadership styles.
Top Kiwi entrepreneurs get a run for their money on the race track at Hampton Downs
Founder of cloud-based accounting company Xero, Rod Drury, has been named EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2013.
OPINION: A look at how by dissecting the anatomy of your startup idea you can give it the greatest chance at life
OPINION: We don’t know how New Zealand’s journey in China will end, but more of us need to get on the jet plane and start.
Eaterie chain Mexico found a gap in the market - now as it pursues ambitious expansion plans its challenge is to keep it real.
OPINION: Kiwi brand Ziera is taking on large international players like Zara and H&M in the competitive Australian retail footwear market.
Tony Stewart's bet on bringing a taste of NZ to American sailing fans is paying off - the pop-up restaurateur talked his way into the right to run the only restaurant in San Francisco’s America’s Cup hub.
Business incubator The Icehouse and a small business advocacy group have joined forces to give Kiwi SMEs a greater voice.
SLI Systems has followed cloud computing company Xero onto the sharemarket. Will it be our new tech darling?
Xero's Rod Drury and Cecilia Robinson of My Food Bag in the finals of EY Entrepreneur of the Year.
OPINION: A realistic cashflow forecast and robust analysis for the year ahead let business owners sleep easy, says Grant Thornton partner Peter Sherwin.
Engineer Brian Russell's punt on wearable technology 10 years ago is paying off in multi-million dollars markets.
Tait Communications, Wynard Group, Gallagher and Endace join forces to promote Kiwi expertise offshore.
Guy Bibby's sharing economy website is an answer to increasingly scarce global resources.
Ever wondered if your business could crack the US? Get the inside word from the ones who know how to make it happen.
Vivenda founder Danny Dillen is getting into 3D printing on the upside of the curve.
How Aranz Geo 'boxes up' knowledge to learn the lessons of the past.
Well known CEOs John Penno and Rod Drury join younger up-and-comers like Guy Horrocks and Cecilia Robinson in this year's Entrepreneur of the Year finalist list.
OPINION: Mid winter is a chance to measure your progress and set your business on track for the rest of the year.
OPINION: Make sure you've got a plan to see your business through even minor disruptions.
OPINION: Sometimes the simplest tools, used effectively, offer the greatest gains.
New research shines a light on a neglected migrant group — Kiwis returning home.
OPINION: Heart to Start and Legend tell the stories of two of New Zealand best-known innovators.
OPINION: Director, investor and business advisor John Quirk shares what he’s learned from helping Kiwi companies build an international business.
OPINION: Do you need feet on the ground across the Tasman?
The Kitchen is shutting its doors amid lower resident numbers.
Women entrepreneurship organisation inducts Anne Norman, Linda Jenkinson and Naomi Ballantyne.
Derek Handley has goals for business, people and the planet so lofty, only space travel can cement his vision.
OPINION: It's pointless spending time and money developing technology, simply for it to be copied by others.
OPINION: In some ways we're not that different to Australia, but Kiwi exporters find that market much tougher to crack.