A robotic sensor firm hopes that returning to a campus lab to develop a bionic limb will give its technology international lift-off.
The deepening ecosystem of New Zealanders who’ve made it and are now investing back is showing up in the Deloitte Fast 50 list.
OPINION: In the wake of the China-Oz Free Trade Agreement, New Zealand firms exporting to China need to develop a thick skin and commercial edge.
A Rotorua startup believes its health-giving potion for horses could become a lucrative export product.
Personality testing is a cost-effective way for small businesses to check they’re making a good hire.
The experience of a team of Kiwi entrepreneurs who tried to tackle the on-demand video market shows how lightning-fast the technology is changing.
Using recruiters to find IT people is a lost cause because they just don’t get tech, IT firms complain. But is the fault all on one side?
When is it time to give up your day job? Interior designer Hayley-Anne Brown is facing that quandary.
Australian firms make a lot of noise, but sometimes their bark is worse than their bite.
OPINION: There is an equation for building a flourishing business.
Olympian George Bridgewater and brother Sam are providing quality blended food to sick people.
Wellington virtual reality firm, 8i is vying to be part of the next big tech breakthrough.
The starlets of the Deloitte Fast 50 programme are beginning to grow up.
Equity crowdfunding is a way of raising capital and brand awareness.
An Auckland video production company has gone global with its unique freelancer-based business model.
"Mumtrepreneur’’ Bridgit Hawkins is building a farming info service that delivers key data to farmers’ back pockets.
A Kiwi food ordering app is taking a bite out of the highly competitive hospitality business.
OPINION: Entering industry awards can be time consuming but there are ways to make the process worth your time.
Technology developed by Geraldine McBride aims to revolutionise how consumers and companies talk to each other.
A publicly listed British company has purchased a Kiwi biogas business rescued out of receivership.
Silcon Valley is not necessarily tech startup heaven.
Getting jaded electricity customers interested in yet another promise of cheaper bills is new retailer Flick Electric Co's challenge.
A Kiwi entrepreneur has spun a rapidly-growing business out of an idea scribbled on a scrap of paper at a conference.
New training courses aim to give Kiwi firms the tools for trading in markets where corrupt practices are common.
OPINION: Politicians wanting to axe the employment trial rule will be unpopular with small business owners.
From Canada to Lesotho, Kiwi company Foster Moore’s registry software is sorting out bureaucracies around the world.
Kiwi-grown Rockits are officially the tiniest apple in the world.
Understanding the retail sector has been key to Kiwi foodkit maker iMake's gains in the US market.
OPINION: The time is right for New Zealand tech companies to expand into Australia.
A multifunctional device is giving construction crews the tools they need to finish the job.
Hamilton firm 11 Ants Analytics is using big data to help international firms such as Tesco and Procter & Gamble understand their customers better.
Former West Coaster Nadine Tyro is putting her extensive overseas teaching experience to good business use.
A marriage made in app development heaven has led to a firm at the forefront of retail technology.
Working with the New Zealand government’s open data policy has helped put software company Koordinates on the map.
A Taranaki firm has a solution for brass instrument players driving their neighbours and loved ones mad.
Tech firm Mindscape used family and friends to fund the money it needs to ramp up sales.
Bonds formed between early stage startups can last a lifetime
Megan Douglas finds success with some party tricks, and some advice from her dad, Roger.
Serial entrepreneur Melissa Clark-Reynolds reveals the reason she shut down her startup MiniMonos
Online book retailers have not spelled the final chapter for New Zealand's independent ‘local’ bookstores.
Having a sustainable supply chain is critical to maintaining a healthy business.
A golf partnership and a deal with Bloomingdales are part of Kiwi start-up MadeBlunt's US success story.
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.
Legal agreements venture Doagree comes from a long line of Wellington tech initiatives.
OPINION: Nimble firms disrupt even their own successful formulas.
OPINION: Serious growth requires some serious multiples.
A shortage of IT professionals has caused headaches for growing companies and forced them to look overseas for skilled workers.
‘Chilli head’ Clint Meyer has turned a taste for super-hot chillies into a smoking startup business.