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RedShield on disrupting through nimbleness and innovation

Despite being a disruptor in the cyber security space, CEO of RedShield Andy Prow continues to keep his eyes on what may in turn disrupt his business in the future.

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Z Energy - Preparing for disruption

A recent study by Suncorp New Zealand shows that Kiwi businesses have a complacent attitude to disruption. Z Energy is not one of those businesses.

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Humankind and the future of work

Samantha Gadd believes that the purposeful employee experiences that her business, Humankind, develops are critical to growing businesses that will be successful now and in the future.

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LookSee - Attracting tech talent to Wellington

Suncorp talks to David Jones about WREDA's creative solution to the Wellington tech sector's human capital problem - LookSee.

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Switch Espresso - Taking risks and trusting your people

We talk to Hamish Evans of Switch Espresso about how taking risks and trusting his people has allowed him to achieve work-life balance.

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Confitex - An unlikely story of success

When alpine ski-racer Dr. Mark Davey decided to join up with his ski buddy and fashion designer Frantisek Riha-Scott from the Czech Republic to develop a line of high-performance sports under garments, they never suspected the sophisticated fabric technology they were working on would lead them to where they are today – a booming business in incontinence underwear.

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Southern Spars – From innovation to core manufacturing

Southern Spars is a big name in a small niche. The Avondale-based manufacturer produces 85% of the world’s super yacht masts and half of the world’s racing yacht masts – many of which are sailing around Bermuda in the current 2017 America’s Cup campaign.

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Pita Pit - Overcoming the human risk factor

When Chris Henderson and Duane Dalton brought the Pita Pit franchise from Canada to New Zealand back in 2006, they wanted to provide healthier takeaway options for their kids than what they’d experienced as ‘fast food’ while they were growing up.

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