New Zealanders will be the first in the world to trial new artificial intelligence technology that brings the checkout to the trolley when they shop for groceries.
If you’re looking for an easy way to increase efficiency in your workplace then it you might need to look at improving your technology. It’s often the case that employee [ … ]
The feel and design of your office may take a back seat when it comes to priorities at work, but it is very important. Here are 3 reasons why: A [ … ]
Jeremy Nees, chief product officer at information technology firm The Instillery, talks getting creative and what the brainchild of his colleague is hoping to achieve.
It took a while for Australian businesswoman Jen Geale to realise she was focusing on the wrong things in the bike store she owned.
The Government is actively looking to implement a small business “institute”, similar to the Small Business Development Group it had in 2002, to give New Zealand small and medium businesses [ … ]
Gender-balanced tech firms are up to 40 percent more profitable and it is important that Kiwi companies and leaders acknowledge and accept that when hiring staff, the new executive director [ … ]
Small Business Minister Stuart Nash is considering setting up a Government-appointed group to be the ear and voice for small businesses.
The founder of OMGNess Styling is a self-proclaimed lover of balloons and has become a sought-after stylist thanks to her knack for making unique and over-the-top balloon garlands.
According to ANZ’s quarterly Business Micro Scope survey, 29 per cent of small businesses were more pessimistic about the year ahead in the December quarter, a net fall of 43 [ … ]