The stage has been set at NorthWest, and now all that the New Zealand mall needs are a few willing students to bring the season’s fashions to life. But first things first, would-be participants will be invited to attend confidence workshops and styling sessions during this month’s school holidays before deciding if they think they’ve got what it takes to hop …
Google launched the Premier Partner Awards earlier this year to recognisetop-performing digital marketing partners from around the world and their contributions to product innovation and client growth.
Minnie Baragwanath, founder and CEO of social change organisation Be. Accessible and finalist for 2017 New Zealander of the Year, shares her personal story of navigating the New Zealand health system as a partially blind woman.
Naomi Ballantyne, founder of Partners Life, speaks to Jake Millar from Unfiltered about her journey to success in the insurance industry. Watch the full interview here.
Karen Hou, executive director and CEO of ICBC New Zealand, says they are now looking across the country to identify the next projects to invest in.
Steve Ellingford, centre manager at Bayfair Shopping Centre, and Jonathan Armstrong, Divisional Asset Manager – Retail at AMP Capital, speak about the importance of accessibility in the business world.
Hamilton student Mahonri Owen trials his brain-controlled prosthetic hand technology on TV3 Story’s Duncan Garner.
In May 2016, The Palms shopping centre hosted a ‘Be Bald or Bold’ event to raise funds for REACH Child Cancer research.
One of the world’s biggest investment firms – New York Stock Exchange-listed Blackstone Group – has snapped up a stake in Kiwi life insurance company Partners Life. Read more here.
More than 20 dogs and puppies have been charming the crowds at Auckland’s Botany Town Centre on Saturday 26 March , begging for a chance at a new life. Waikato-based organisation DC Rescue Dogs has partnered with the shopping centre for their inaugural adoption day. “There’s been a huge amount of interest, we’re confident we’ll have a 100 percent success rate …
- Page 1 of 2