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  • If The Warehouse – that iconic company founded by business leader, Stephen Tindall – can’t make it in Australia, what can? How could this company have made such an expensive mistake – selling out for a reported loss of possibly hundreds of millions of dollars? There are warnings here to do your market research before leaping the ditch.
    Article - 2007-10-18 10:34
  • A recently released SEEK Watercooler survey released showed 84%  New Zealanders believe that, for better or worse, workplace dressing is becoming more ‘casual’. Business to Business editor, Angelique Jurd, asks the question: has our standard of business dress dropped and does it matter?
    Article - 2010-07-22 13:13
  • The ecentre, located at Massey University Albany, recently unveiled its new branding to reflect its entrepreneurial journey.
    Article - 2010-12-02 10:26
  • Australia’s premier supplier of editorial production services, Pagemasters, has entered into a strategic alliance with New Zealand-owned imaging and graphics company Velocity Made Good to provide imaging services for the print and online publishing industry.
    Article - 2011-03-03 14:30
  • The Green Party is welcoming the launch this evening of a new business leaders’ initiative to promote green economic opportunities for New Zealand. Green Party Co-leader Russel Norman said he looked forward to the Pure Advantage group, which included Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe and Warehouse-founder Sir Stephen Tindall, being an important ally for the Green Party’s economic vision of smart green prosperity. “Like us, they want to improve New Zealand’s environmental performance and take advantage of clean green opportunities.”
    Article - 2011-07-07 20:00
  • The University’s ecentre has marked a decade of supporting business innovation by showcasing some of its success stories at a tenth anniversary celebration. The business incubator, which is based on the Albany campus, has helped more than 200 companies since it was founded in 2001. Entrepreneurs including Sir Stephen Tindall together with visionary academics Dr Bryan Chrystall and Dr Chris Kirk – who are among the ecentre founders –were among the 120 guests at the celebration at the Takapuna Boating Club.
    Article - 2011-08-13 16:00
  • Recent research suggests there is “considerable untapped potential” for investment in the New Zealand economy by expat Kiwis. From June-August 2011 500 people in New Zealand and overseas were surveyed,  including 469 Kiwi expats who identified themselves as prospective investors, with findings illustrated in the recently released report: Foreign Investment from Kiwis: The potential for New Zealand’s diaspora to invest in our productive economy.
    Article - 2011-11-08 11:19
  • Steven Joyce today continued his attack on the Pure Advantage group of respected business leaders in Parliament, says Labour’s Economic Development spokesperson David Cunliffe. Last week the Economic Development Minister accused Chair, Rob Morrison, and Trustees including Sir Stephen Tindall, Phillip Mills, Jeremy Moon, Joan Withers and Mark Solomon, of ‘bias’ in seeking self-interested ‘subsidies’ in their recent report New Zealand’s Position in the Green Race.
    Article - 2012-06-28 22:57