The reason we settled on skincare is that we suffer skin problems and stats show that 80 per cent of the world’s teenagers suffer skin issues so we thought it [ … ]
Sodium hypochlorite is normally used as a cleaning product and Brown said usually most locations had a good set of safety procedures in place for spills.
We may hear the term personalised marketing branded around, however many of us are not really sure what it actually is. So, to begin with we will outline what personalised [ … ]
Voice recognition and its technology has steadily improved over time. Voice recognition is not a new concept but early systems were difficult to use as getting them to understand simple commands [ … ]
Twenty entrepreneurs from around New Zealand have been working alongside each other for the past four months on ten ventures as part of Kōkiri, the first business accelerator programme focused [ … ]
Officials argue that a lower company tax rate would only increase the incentive … to shelter income in companies to avoid the 33 per cent top personal rate.
A veteran of the Palmerston North hospitality scene is behind the latest to attempt to revive a well-known commercial black spot.
An Auckland businessman urges SMEs to factor in a person’s motivations, skillset and attitude when recruiting, rather than names, accents or country of origin.
It has been in trouble over a gang wake and opening on Christmas Day. Now a notorious Dunedin boozer is facing its biggest bar fight yet.
Now following in the footsteps of other Kiwi tech-stars like Xero and Vend, Weirdly is looking across the Tasman for their next phase of growth.