An innovative Auckland company is determined to eliminate the pollutants entering stormwater systems and ultimately discharging in the ocean - both here and overseas.Find out more
An enterprising, hi-tech Auckland company, Thought-Wired, is poised to bring some joy to hundreds of people with severe physical disabilities.Find out more
An enterprising Auckland company Bonnie Goods has made strong inroads on the snack food market with a Scottish national treasure.Find out more
Fiona and Jason McIntyre are increasing sales of their Passionberry Strawberry Cocktail in China and other Asian markets – and they are introducing two new non-alcoholic drinks.Find out more
Julian Bartrom has an eye for the finest gemstones and takes great delight at designing precious pieces of jewellery for his clients.Find out more
Using wireless mesh, cellular networks and eventually satellite, iMonitor is developing a real-time system to monitor the conditions (temperature and humidity) while perishable products are being transported through the cold-chain from the source to the retailer.Find out more
Five Auckland companies are looking to make the most of a great opportunity to launch their innovative products into the lucrative United States market after securing a research opportunity through San Diego State University’s (SDSU) international business opportunity development programme.Find out more
Tens of thousands New Zealanders have eating difficulties, as a result of illnesses, dental issues or injuries, and have relied on texture modified food (TMF). Often, they have struggled to maintain a healthy diet.Find out more
Put three mates together – The Bachelor star Arthur Green, Black Caps fast bowler Mitchell McClenaghan and level-headed manager Ryan Kamins – and they from a dynamic business trio.
For Tolkien lovers, Lothlorien was the forest realm of the Elves in the Lord of the Rings. For wine lovers Lothlorien means the smooth, refreshing taste of fermented feijoa.Find out more
A dashboard on the wall of the IBM Delivery Centre lights up, registering the number of incoming calls and the time taken to answer them. The call centre, based at the Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland, is busy but its staff are operating with calmness and professionalism.Find out more
What do air filters, fishing rods, skincare products, pillow liners and office furniture have in common? Inside Revolution Fibres’ Henderson factory are nanofibres, the not-so-secret-ingredient used in all of these products to make them more durable, stronger, lighter, cleaner and more effective.Find out more
Placing their jet boat power unit on one of the world’s most reliable and serviceable car engines is the kind of smart thinking that has led an innovative Kumeu company to the verge of major international expansion. Explorer Inflatable Craft (NZ) earlier wowed crowds at the Sydney International Boat and Auckland On Water shows.Find out more
The company has now grown out of the bedroom and moved to offices in Kumeu, and the Manders are ready to tackle the New Zealand market thanks to help from ATEED West office’s business growth experts, who have been by the Manders’ side from the start.
A South Auckland company’s simple, accurate and low cost on-farm diagnostic kit could revolutionise the way dairy farmers screen cows for mastitis – a condition which hits New Zealand’s valuable dairy industry with huge costs each year in lost milk and herd treatment.