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Fonterra's possible sale of Tip Top: 'They just need the cash'

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  • December 11, 2018
  • Radio New Zealand
Fonterra's possible sale of Tip Top: 'They just need the cash'

A marketing expert has warned the sale of Tip Top could see a repeat of the Dunedin Cadbury factory saga and would not make long-term financial sense.

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Community concepts: The team behind Britomart's new lovechild, Morningside

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  • December 11, 2018
  • Elly Strang
Community concepts: The team behind Britomart's new lovechild, Morningside

You may know Nat Cheshire from Cheshire Architects as the designer behind some of Auckland City’s most character-defining developments, such as City Works Depot and much of Britomart, or as one of our Most Creative winners. As 2018 draws to a close, Cheshire has debuted a new development with his name attached to it called Morningside. But instead of being a masterpiece he’s created for a client, this time around, it’s his and his friends’ own money on the line. Here, he talks taking his vision for Auckland into the suburbs, tapping into the culture of Kingsland and where he’s casting his eye to develop next.

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Latitude Financial Services acquires buy-now pay-later Genoapay

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  • December 6, 2018
  • The Register
Latitude Financial Services acquires buy-now pay-later Genoapay

Consumer finance business Latitude Financial Services has added Auckland-based fintech company Genoapay to its portfolio alongside Gem Visa and other products. Genoapay provides a no interest payment instalment service, allowing shoppers to pay off purchases totalling up to $1,000 over 10 weeks.

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Zavy and The Register have worked together to create a scoreboard that compares how the top 25 traditional media advertising spenders in New Zealand have performed on social media over the past 30 days, updated in real time.

 
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Retail NZ not in favour of 90-day-trial abolishment

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  • December 6, 2018
Retail NZ not in favour of 90-day-trial abolishment

Retail NZ has expressed its dissatisfaction with the move to get rid of the 90-day-trial for large businesses, says that in doing so potential employees lose the chance to prove themselves.

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Ewe beauty: How a Kiwi entrepreneur is making waves with a surfboard made out of wool

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  • December 6, 2018
  • Findlay Buchanan
Ewe beauty: How a Kiwi entrepreneur is making waves with a surfboard made out of wool

Tauranga based surfboard shaper and tinkerer, Paul Barron, has engineered a new way to use wool – to make surfboards – which has led to a partnership with US-based Firewire Surfboards, owned by surfing sage Kelly Slater. Additionally, Barron has partnered with The New Zealand Merino Company (NZM) to develop a new wool composite technology that could revive the global wool market. It rides the wave of other companies turning wool into innovative products, namely Allbirds, which has made a killing turning the ubiquitous material into shoes.

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