Farmers, who are small business owners and often underresourced, find keeping track of the problem a costly and demoralising challenge. Solving that problem has catapulted New Zealand fintech startup Simply Payroll from startup to major market player in under three years, thanks in large part to the company’s focus on the primary and agritech sectors. The company recently signed a strategic …
A fleet of cars is set to make its way across the country, though you won’t hear them coming.
This May, The Palms Shopping Centre is calling out to the community to be a part of a project that requires all hands on deck – 1,000 hands, to be exact.
In an attempt to inspire hibernating East Aucklanders, Botany Town Centre invited an array of wellbeing experts and food specialists to be a part of their Winter Wellness Week.
Naomi Ballantyne, Founder of Partners Life, shares her personal story exclusively with NZ Women’s Weekly.
Yellow/move allows transient Kiwis the opportunity to outsource the moving of utilities and services to a team of experts. Yellow/move works with New Zealand’s leading service providers to connect and arrange everything needed to move house, in turn saving time, money and stress. This includes electricity, gas, LPG, broadband and Sky TV. Movologist Kelly Addis joined Mel and Hamish on The …
Seventeen-year-old Josh Laforteza has cerebral palsy, and for the first time in years, he can finally go to the beach. $6,000 was raised to buy Josh a custom-made beach buggy, with Bayfair Shopping Centre donating half of the funds. Watch the full video here.
A former apprentice at Stevenson Engineering and now the managing director at Intergrated Maintenance Group Ltd (IMG), Bruce Bonner, came full circle recently when he annoucned IMG’s acquisition of the Stevenson Group’s engineering division. “IMG has earned a reputation for innovative thinking and quality work for our maintenance services to the steel sector. We have since diversified into the forestry …
Minnie Baragwanath, CEO of social change agency Be. Accessible 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.