2020 Christmas gift giving guide

Thursday 19, November 2020

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

Managing email overload

Monday 16, November 2020

No matter what new fancy technology comes our way, the trusty electronic mail is still the preferred method of communication … Continue reading →

COVID contact tracing card trial

Sunday 8, November 2020

The Te Arawa COVID-19 Response Hub has been busy since its inception in March when it was mobilised to keep … Continue reading →

Bluetooth-enabled contact tracing card trial kicks off in Rotorua

Thursday 29, October 2020

New Zealand’s response to tackling COVID-19 reached another key milestone today <<sub: Thursday 29 October>> with the launch of the … Continue reading →

Did you see this piece in the Guardian last month, written by a robot?

Monday 19, October 2020

We all got a bit of a fright when we found out robots could write articles and were wondering where … Continue reading →

Ara Rau – Pathways to Work

Monday 19, October 2020

It’s not every day we get the opportunity to work on the brand identity for a start-up, so we jumped … Continue reading →

To social, or not to social?

Monday 19, October 2020

If you want to amplify your greatness to a specific audience – be it Aotearoa-wide, international, female-only, the 34-45 age … Continue reading →

Te Rangaihi Reo Māori

Monday 19, October 2020

Recently Aotearoa celebrated Te Rangaihi Reo Māori and we thoroughly enjoyed seeing social media and various other platforms light up … Continue reading →

Young Innovators tackle Covid challenges

Friday 16, October 2020

The Young Innovator Awards (YiA) are a highlight of the local secondary school calendar bringing together some of the smartest … Continue reading →

Thanking the unsung heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic

Thursday 15, October 2020

On Monday, 23 March New Zealanders listened with mounting concern as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that New Zealand would … Continue reading →