Unfiltered has signed a strategic partnership with Smales Farm Management which will see them move into the B:HIVE to fuel a combined passion for growing disruptive and innovative businesses within New Zealand.
The B:HIVE, a brand new co-working building on Auckland’s North Shore, with innovation, flexibility and a desire to deliver a smarter way of doing business at its core, will welcome Unfiltered when they take residence, December 6, 2017.
Unfiltered joins the B:HIVE as a strategic partner which will bring highly-respected and world-class entrepreneurs, with the likes of Sir Richard Branson of the Virgin Group, to film business learning modules in the B:HIVE’s state-of-the-art event facilities. Tenants of the B:HIVE, and Smales Farm can also look forward to a range of engaging events and activations that are sure to come as a result of this relationship.
Established as a global education company, Unfiltered champions common objectives with Smales Farm in the business development space. Helping businesses to grow through expert advice from global industry and business leaders, and exposure to ideas and innovation is a key objective for both organisations.
Smales Farm CEO, Paul Gunn is enthusiastic about the arrangement saying, “Smales Farm is delighted to bring on Unfiltered as a strategic partner, and to welcome them into the B:HIVE as a tenant. It’s a fantastic opportunity for Smales Farm residents to build networks and to learn from the amazing services Unfiltered offers to empower their own businesses.”
Unfiltered CEO, Richard Bell is also excited at the opportunity.
“The spirit of the partnership is our shared desire to disrupt the norm to introduce smarter and faster ways to do business. We’re excited to bring our team to the most innovative hub in Australasia and be surrounded by like-minded teams who we will grow and inspire each other with. We’re also looking forward to opening our doors and expertise to bring the most brilliant business minds to the hub that most entrepreneurs would normally have never get access to and share our expertise in high-quality content creation that will benefit the Smales Farm community and drive economic outcomes for New Zealand companies,” says Bell.
Photo: (L-R) Paul Gunn, Smales Farm CEO; Richard Bell, Unfiltered CEO; Mark Kelly, Smales Farm Marketing Manager.