The New Zealand Food Innovation Network (NZFIN) is an accessible, national network of science and technology resources created to support the growth and development of New Zealand food & beverage business of all sizes. At Socius we have been working with them to create concise and meaningful
Pleasure to help out in the making of this video for the 2019 World Economic Forum. Our Prime Minister was most obliging and a pleasure to deal with. Check it out! https://youtu.be/uWoUvhUiFUY A prince, a president and a supermodel unite to call for bolder steps towards inclusion.
Former television presenter Mary Lambie did it. Former rugby player Eric Rush still does. But how do you know if owning a franchise will work for you? First up, how do you start? There are hundreds of options available. Becoming a business owner can be as simple as shelling out the amount on
Source: ADAM DUDDING - Last updated 06:59, September 21 2018 http://stuff.co.nz/national/politics Clarke Gayford says Barack Obama has a "lovely soft nose", Malcolm Turnbull is "really quite personable" – and he's not yet decided if he'll hang out with Melania Trump when he's in New York next
CEOs, executives, managers, academics, professionals – do you need help with that upcoming TV or radio interview? Do you need a column written or a speech sparkled? Maybe your personal presentations are an area you want to polish? Do you want to become the go-to media person in your area of
This from Mary Lambie’s Facebook feed. Media Coverage verdict. TV3 hands down. Duncan Garner Linda Clark Paddy Gower just excellent. Dynamic, intelligent and relevant. And then came this response… Duncan Garner replies to Jane Wrightson... @janewrightson Hi Jane, I agree it's not ideal to
If we were looking after Aaron this is what we would have advised… For the record Aaron Smith is not a client of ours. If we were engaged to media manage him out of the mess he found himself last year the first thing we would have said to him is tell the full truth and nothing but the full truth
Picture this. Please suspend your disbelief for 5 minutes and come on a trip into the future of Auckland with me. Imagine for a few minutes that we are right here at the Pullman hotel, but the year is no longer 2017 it is 2030. This is a story of our future, all of our futures, told through the lens
The Reputation Reality 2017 survey interviewed 146 business leaders in New Zealand and Australia. The furore over the case of convicted fraudster Joanne Harrison is a salient reminder of how integrity is seen as the No 1 thing driving corporate reputation, according to a new survey. Ms
BMW's new 8 Series Fast, sharp, sleek: the new BMW Concept 8 Series two-door coup Van Hooydonk and his team, they believe, have produced a new masterpiece – a BMW coupé that signals the return of its famed Series 8 cars. Read
Global sponsors make the wheels of competitive cycling turn, and it’s hard to remember it wasn’t always like that. In Samoa now is a cycling race around the two main islands. It’s straightforward, it’s just a race, but somehow - without this being the intention - it’s more than a race. It has a
Great to be invited onto The Project to discuss proposed extra medical leave for women only.
Yes, enough is enough. A quality broadcaster but if not funded adequately we all suffer. Radio NZ host Suzie Ferguson. Radio NZ received around $35 million in the latest financial year. Photo / Mark Mitchell I expect the Government to end its funding freeze on Radio NZ, with extra cash in the
Great to see Socius director Jim Mora’s The Panel ( RNZ 4-5 pm) remaining at number one in the afternoon radio market – a slot typically dominated by music radio. Mark Jennings - Mark Jennings is co-editor of Newsroom. He writes about the media industry, business, and tertiary education. The
On May 3rd I was pleased to be asked to open a debate/discussion in front of the London Business School Alumni Club’s Auckland chapter. This is an annual evening, with alumni of other leading international business schools like HBS, Yale, INSEAD IMD, AGSM Sydney, Melbourne Business School. The topic