Keep the kids entertained in Rotorua and Tauranga these school holidays

Thursday 22, April 2021

The longest school term of the year has finished, and the time has come for a two-week break. However, there’s … Continue reading →

The bubble is opening: are you prepared?

Tuesday 20, April 2021

Thousands of kiwis (including your employees) are booking flights to Australia but our PM has labelled the trans-Tasman bubble as … Continue reading →

Meg Jones: The Treaty and Tauranga… then and now

Tuesday 20, April 2021

It was a great pleasure to attend a special evening with Supreme Court judge Tā (Sir) Joe Williams (Ngāti Pūkenga, … Continue reading →

Sustainability – communicating with confidence

Friday 19, February 2021

This month the Climate Change Commission released its draft advice for Government to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the next 15 … Continue reading →

COVID-19 vaccine – internal communication

Friday 19, February 2021

An essential part of how we protect New Zealanders and our Pacific neighbours from COVID-19 is having a safe and … Continue reading →

Smashing your goals in 2021!

Friday 19, February 2021

With the year rolling on, there’s been plenty of discussion in our offices so far this year about the art … Continue reading →

Bay’s summer must-do’s

Sunday 13, December 2020

With options as diverse as top walking spots, some of the tastiest places to eat, night markets, kiwi sanctuary and … Continue reading →

Reputation – years to build, gone in seconds

Tuesday 8, December 2020

Is your reputation management plan up to date? This week, we all shook our heads in disbelief at the antics … Continue reading →

2020 Christmas gift giving guide

Thursday 19, November 2020

We’re not here to tell you to not purchase the latest Airpods, Dyson vacuum or Play Station 5 for your … Continue reading →

Managing email overload

Monday 16, November 2020

Managing email overload continues to be an issue no matter what new fancy technology comes our way. With the trusty … Continue reading →