NZUS Council executive director Jordan Small says the story from the latest update to the monthly goods trade data is both a positive and cautionary one.
Avid, a new engineering/manufacturing company in Katikati, opened its doors for the first time recently offering innovators, inventors and businesses the opportunity to take their new ideas and concepts and bring them to life.
Offer all the fruit bowls you like but it’s going to take more than that to lift employee wellbeing, says Jane Kennelly, Skills Consulting Group general manager of Wellbeing.
Emirates Team New Zealand has committed to drive hydrogen innovation in the marine industry by developing hydrogen powered chase boats for the 37th America’s Cup.
You have been waiting for EMEX since 2018, and after over a year of disruptions, including numerous unavoidable reschedules and cancellations, we are delighted to confirm the 40th Anniversary is now firmly in the calendar for May 31 to June 2, 2022
New Zealand’s population is going through the greatest change since the post-war baby boom, says Dr Paul Spoonley, speaking at the Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga’s Looking Ahead Symposium in Wellington.
Three high-tech superheroes made their presence known at this year’s Fieldays.
Catherine Beard, executive director of ExportNZ says ExportNZ fully supports New Zealand reducing emissions to net zero by 2050, but emphasises this needs to be an affordable journey to ensure our manufacturers, food producers and exporters maintain their competitiveness internationally.
One of New Zealand’s fastest growing metal recyclers, Phoenix Metal Recyclers, has boosted its expansion phase by acquiring the North Island operations of established industry player Metalman.
Technofast tensioners tower over nature’s fury in a global low-maintenance masterclass.