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New online diversity and inclusion training
New online diversity and inclusion learning modules will give organisations access to world-class training for people at all levels of their business, and in all locations.
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Why an iconic Kiwi brand had a name change
After 27 years retailer Texan Art Schools has a new name - it's Creative & Brave, and reflects what they do perfectly.  
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Wellington leads the way in job opportunities
SEEK has released its latest Employment Report for New Zealand, which highlights that Wellington is leading the way with job opportunities.
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Global convenience store brand lands in NZ
One of the world’s largest convenience store franchise brands has now arrived in Auckland and has plans to expand around New Zealand.
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Poor passive fire protection: a ticking fire-bomb
Dunedin start-up Contego Systems is changing the way in which Passive Fire Protection systems are designed and installed in New Zealand’s buildings.
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Overdose.Digital is Auckland’s Best Emerging Business
Rapidly growing digital commerce 'anti-agency' Overdose.Digital has been recognised as Westpac Auckland’s Best Emerging Business, Central.
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Seequent reigns supreme at export awards
An innovative software company that shows how to understand what lies beneath the land and oceans has won the Supreme Award at the NZ International Business Awards.
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Here comes the sun: Nelson's solar powered juicery
New Zealand now has its first solar powered juicery. This month Nelson’s Chia Sisters became the first juice company in New Zealand to manufacture through solar power. 
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Businesswoman's tour helps Kiwis find love, avoid scams
Once tricked out of $140,000 by an online dating scammer, Dr Jordan Alexander is turning her experience around by teaching others how to successfully find love online. 
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Valocity flys Kiwi fintech flag at global awards
New Zealand mortgage valuation software company Valocity has been named as the sole New Zealand and Australian finalist in this year’s global Fintech Awards.
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Accredo's Version 5 delivers new functionality
Version 5, the latest software release from Kiwi owned and operated accounting solution provider, Accredo, significantly enhances system security. 
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Siblings make cryptocurrency investments easy
Cryptocurrency might seem too techie and confusing for the average Kiwi, but one pair of siblings are changing that with a platform that makes cryptocurrency investment easy and accessible.
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Gym still fit and healthy at 50
Les Mills, New Zealand’s longest serving major gym, is celebrating 50 years in business this year.
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Auckland woman crowdfunds non-dairy milks
Auckland businesswoman Kristina Ivanova has launched a Kickstarter to help her bring Milk 2.0 to New Zealanders.
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Wellington quiz specialist in running for award
TM Quizzes (TMQ) has been named as a finalist in the Wellington Region Business Excellence Awards 2018 – Best Emerging Business category.
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