New research is reshaping the tourism offered to Chinese travellers.
Serial entrepreneur Melissa Clark-Reynolds reveals for the first time the reason she shut down her startup MiniMonos
Online book retailers have not spelled the final chapter for New Zealand's independent ‘local’ bookstores.
Online book retailers have not spelled the final chapter for ‘local' bookstores.
An Auckland couple’s jewellery brand has caught Hollywood’s eye.
Having a sustainable supply chain is critical to maintaining a healthy business.
OPINION: There are less metaphysical ways to allocate innovation funding.
OPINION: Pumpkin Patch's new CEO Di Humphries needs to take a closer look at the Australian market.
A golf partnership and a deal with Bloomingdales are part of Kiwi start-up MadeBlunt's US success story.
Two Kiwi women share what it's really like working in the tech sector.
Springfree Trampolines is one of the finalists for the KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards.
What’s being done to encourage more New Zealand girls into technology careers?
Shared working spaces are proliferating across New Zealand cities, offering options to small businesses.
OPINION: Too many startups focus on growth before they figure out customer retention.
A Motueka sea anchor business is making a big splash with one of the world's most influential business leaders.
Kiwi universities are getting better at spinning commercial success out of their academic work. But there's a way to go.
Licencing agreements can be a sensible way of expanding internationally.
OPINION: The country needs scientists to step up and communicate in a crisis.
OPINION: Despite debate about the science behind A2 milk, A2 Corporation has found a niche in the Australian market.
Entrepreneur Julia Charity is targeting adventurous baby boomers with her accommodation service Look After Me.
Jenny Morel helped forge the Kiwi venture capital sector and took the early knocks. She talks about her wins, losses and yet-to-achieves.
Legal agreements venture Doagree comes from a long line of Wellington tech initiatives.
Women entrepreneurs do business differently from men, and need to know that their way of operating is 'normal'.
Sally Arnold has mastered the art of self-reinvention and is now teaching others to do the same.
OPINION: Modern corporate culture would dismay wartime generations.
Improving the detection of prostate cancer was scientist Richard Forster’s last quest. Caldera Health continues in his memory.
After a false start Wellington entrepreneur Marie-Claire Andrews is out to conquer the conference app market.
OPINION: Nimble firms disrupt even their own successful formulas.
OPINION: Last week, online retailer and manufacturer ClearlyContacts, was bought for $462 million by a French lens manufacturer.
Kiwi alternative fuels equipment maker Greenlane Biogas has a new investor and an eye on global expansion.
The enormous Indonesian telecomms market abounds with opportunity for Kiwi firms.
OPINION: Serious growth requires some serious multiples.
Employers may be loving the 90-day rule, but it pays not to fire people too quickly.
A New Zealand research group is pitting 50,000 specially bred oysters against a virus that has devastated New Zealand's oyster farm industry.
OPINION: Politics requires a very particular set of personal traits. How can we be sure our leaders have what it takes?
Making Google work for you is a reality of modern business but few firms know their online presence can be abused.
Ice and snow have proved to be good business for UK-based Kiwi entrepreneur Alastair Kight.
A shortage of IT professionals has caused headaches for growing companies and forced them to look overseas for skilled workers.
Truly turning a business around requires more than a new name, logo and font.
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.
A joint government and tech industry delegation is heading to Texas in search of IT talent.
Does New Zealand need a Yachting Centre for Excellence to fully capitalise on its America’s Cup know-how?
‘Chilli head’ Clint Meyer has turned a taste for super-hot chillies into a smoking startup business.
OPINION: New Zealand exporters are a casualty of an Australian retail war, with pressure from Coles and Woolworths being a massive concern.
The challenge of rebuilding Canterbury is beginning to attract leading expat architects back home to make their mark.
Molecular biologist Richard Forster has died, just as the company he launched trials a new test to detect the disease which killed him.
Wellington Zoo has been recognized for practicing what it preaches on the environment, winning the Sustainable 60 Marketplace Award.
CEO of health and beauty products company Comvita Brett Hewlett shares his lifestyle tips for staying fighting fit.
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