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Local transcription firm feels the pain of a strong dollar bite as the New Zealand exchange rate strengthens.
The All Blacks are among the big names clamouring to work with tech firm Shuttlerock.
Canterbury's business leaders reflect on the business landscape in the region.
Despite ongoing challenges, the Canterbury District Health Board has many exciting redevelopment projects planned, focusing on making services better for patients.
When it comes to extreme downsizing, Buddle Findlay is in a league of its own.
Beadz Unlimited owner, Rowena Watson, appreciates fine jewellery and encourages Cantabrians to embrace their arts heritage.
Earthquakes and big snows can't stop the dedicated staff at Ezypay from ensuring their clients' employees get paid on time.
Element 17 director Steve Rosling is seeing Christchurch's business sector pick up and he is trying to ensure his firm rides the rebuild wave successfully.
Truescape had to abandon its leased premises in Golder House in Kilmore St, which was inside the cordoned-off central city red zone after the February earthquake.
Quick thinking and an iPhone helped save Hairy Lemon after the February quake set off fire sprinklers in the office.
Law firm Cavell Leitch's 80 staff are comfortably settled in ground floor offices at Hazeldean Business Park.
KPMG's Christchurch staff worked from their kitchen tables for the first 10 days after the February quake.
Industrial power control company AuCom Electronics is in the final stages of negotiating a major project for water supply to Istanbul.
Family-run business McKenzie & Willis has been a Christchurch institution since 1913.
For four months Cheesemongers Sarah and Martin Aspinwall traded out of their garage and a temperature-controlled van.
Whether you are looking to get away for a week or a year, House of Travel can plan an exciting itinerary designed specifically for you.
Smiths City's Colombo St car-park building collapsed in the February quake but fortunately no staff or customers were injured.
Elastomer Products (EPL) Bromley factory was badly damaged in the February quake, but staff and their families pitched in to keep the business running.
Orion's ability to supply power throughout Canterbury was severely tested by the region's earthquakes but its response has won international acclaim.
Recovering from a devastating fire which totally destroyed its Manchester St factory in 1985 is testimony to the resilience of well-known Christchurch furniture manufacturer and retailer DA Lewis.
Severe earthquake damage which will see Cockram Nissan having to demolish and rebuild its entire dealership complex has not prevented the well-known Christchurch car retailer from picking up the Nissan New Zealand Dealer of the Year award.
So many glass windows and doors were damaged by the February quake that Christchurch Glass was kept busy seven days a week for nearly two months on emergency repairs.
Trans-Tasman vehicle leasing company FleetPartners has had to relocate twice since February 2011 but remains committed to the Canterbury region.
What would we do without the internet? For some, life without knowledge at their fingertips isn't worth thinking about. For others, the mere thought of going online is a struggle.
It is likely most people in Christchurch would have driven or walked past a building constructed by the Armitage Williams team.
More than 100 years after Allan McLean's death, The McLean Institute is still fulfilling the charitable wishes outlined in his will.
Cantabrians and indeed people throughout the world are benefitting from research undertaken right here in Christchurch and funded entirely through donations.
A founding and enduring principle of Nurse Maude is that the needs of patients and clients are met with high-quality services provided by skilled and compassionate staff.