New Zealand businesses face challenges from proposed new privacy laws
As the issue of data and privacy continues to remain a topic of interest, what can businesses do to stay innovative while keeping security and privacy top of mind?
Whanau at the heart of Lunix Homes
People before process is at the heart of a family-owned Te Awamutu residential design and build company, Lunix Homes.
Wholly Cow - the art of giving back in the butchery business
A ‘paddock to plate’ philosophy has seen a Cambridge butchery fully embrace sustainability.
Setting the sustainability standard high
The New Zealand National Fieldays Society is committed to achieving its long-term sustainability goals through environmentally responsible business.
Tech Talk - Kiwis ready to dump passwords
Most Kiwis are ready to replace passwords and pin codes with biometrics, according to a recent survey by Visa.
Matamata entrepreneur's passion shines through
In the time it’s taken for a tour of Mata Digital’s spacious, airy offices and then stroll up the street to grab a coffee, it’s easy to see entrepreneur Tim Hampton’s passion not only for his businesses, but for Matamata as well.
Volare - kneading their way to the top
It started with a few loaves of sourdough at the Cambridge farmer’s market.
Tompkins Wake a rising star in Legal 500 rankings
A raft of rankings in the Asia Pacific Legal 500 is yet another feather in Tompkins Wake’s cap.
2020 TechFest attracts industry leaders
Callaghan Innovation boss Vic Crone has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at the 2020 TechFest, recognising the Waikato’s strength in technology and innovation.
More Waikato secondary school students are going to get a head-start on a trades career
Wintec has been allocated 150 more placements for Waikato Trades Academy by the Ministry of Education to help pathway secondary students into apprenticeships and employment.
New hotel "perfectly timed"
Tourism heads and local mayors say a $4 million upgrade of the Hamilton Airport Hotel will help fill a desperate shortage of plush hotel accommodation in the region.
Pop in to "Ono Pop Up Shop"
Tucked down a Hamilton lane is a new shop showcasing Waikato’s best Maaori creative talent.
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