The way customers and employees look at businesses has changed, and it’s more important than ever for businesses to secure their future by sharing not only what they stand for, but what they stand up for.Read More
The Thomas King Observatory sits on the hills of Wellington at the top of the Botanic Gardens, a place known as Pukehinau, alongside Space Place and MetService New Zealand. This is a place with so much cultural history, the otherwise unused space that is the Thomas King Observatory, is a fitting space for this emerging area of art.Read More
As an emerging sector with a massive opportunity for kiwi companies, financial technology (fintech) is on track to transform New Zealand’s economy. The Kiwibank FinTech Accelerator programme aims to create a foundation for fintech in New Zealand, by providing emerging fintech companies an opportunity to develop their ideas.Read More
Think of a pub crawl across Wellington, but rather than getting a drink at each destination, you get a taste of literature. With an aim to take literature to the streets, LitCrawl celebrates New Zealand and the world’s emerging and established voices over one weekend in the capital.Read More
Starting in a shed on Vasta’s Reikorangi farm on Wellington’s Kapiti Coast back in 2000, Tuatara Brewery was born. Carl’s purpose was to brew beers that he and his mates enjoyed drinking. 17 years on, with significant growth in the NZ craft industry and two NZ Champion Brewery wins (the only brewery to achieve the accolade twice), the Brewery promise to “create memorable and uniquely Aotearoa beer experiences”.Read More
Sponsorship can be traced back to the first Olympic Games, where wealthy citizens and local governments provided financial support to build awareness of their cities, and successful athletes were rewarded with prizes.
Early beginnings of sponsorship in New Zealand can be seen through exploring how art galleries were founded.Read More
There are a lot of options when it comes to giving, but sometimes you just don’t know how to give, who to give to, or what your options are.
Nikau Foundation, Wellington’s donor driven community foundation makes giving easy, but with a big impact.
While we often explore types of sponsorships, it’s useful to look into what has actually been given, who is doing the giving, and how much is being given in New Zealand.
This can help businesses, trusts, and individuals understand how they might stack up.
The classical performing arts are incredibly technical. It takes years of practice to reach perfection.
Incorporating technology into how these art forms are produced and performed could lengthen performance careers, reduce risk of injury and improve efficiency as well as enhancing the audience experience.Read More
Find are a fast growing corporate and IT recruitment team across Wellington and Auckland, and boast an incredible staff retention track record. In just five years, they’ve grown to 30+ people across two cities.Read More
When exploring opportunities to sponsor, or get involved in a funding partnership, it’s important to know that there is not just one form of sponsorship, and that you need a sponsorship model and approach that fits your business values and culture.Read More
Young Enterprise is a charity that fosters the entrepreneurial spirit of thousands of kiwi kids each year, building the leaders of the future. Their resources, programmes and experiences reach out to children across primary and secondary schools nationwide, providing inspiration, encouraging innovation and building an anything is possible attitude.Read More
For the past seven years, Conscious Consumers have been in the space of creating social and environmental good through a developing a platform that connects consumers and businesses, to share the values and issues they care about.Read More
The traditional view of arts sponsorship is more closely aligned with charity. It’s motivated by community spirit or love of the art form. However, looking at sponsorship through this lens can blind both sponsors and artists to some mutually beneficial opportunities.Read More
PressPatron is a crowdfunding and membership platform for supporting quality journalism. Their platform simplifies the process of making one-time and monthly donations to journalists and publishers, in a few easy clicks.Read More
The New Zealand Festival is Aotearoa’s largest celebration of cutting-edge culture, taking place in the capital every two years for around three weeks in February/March.Read More
Coastella Music Festival is a creative showcase for established and emerging, local and international musical artists as well as acting as a community springboard to launch local talent and celebrate the vibrancy of the Kāpiti Coast’s local craft industries.Read More
SOAR print is a 3rd generation family owned business employing around 100 people in Auckland and Hamilton. They are leaders in print innovation and technology, and have won several awards for sustainability.Read More
Karma Cola and All Good Bananas were created to produce and sell organic and Fairtrade products that are good for the land, good for the growers and good for our customers.Read More