This week we talk to Brad Parsonson, co-founder of a platform that allows you to own a home faster and cheaper through co-ownership.
This week we talk to Arash Tayebi, co-founder of Kara Technologies which uses artificial intelligence and digital humans to translate content into sign language.
This week we talk to Aaron Jones, founder of Christchurch-based company Zerobag which makes reusable shopping bags from parachutes and plastic bottles.
The Lightbulb asks innovators and entrepreneurs how they turned their ideas into reality. This week we talk to Huski co-founder Simon Huesser about developing vacuum insulated 'coolers' that keep beer â€¦
This week we talk to Socius VR's Anzel Singh who's working to create VR videos for people with autism to practice social interaction.
This week we talk to The Curator's Marica Frost who went from dealing with refugee law to building a free virtual wedding planner from scratch.
This week we talk to Mathew Jury, founder of award-winning company Taska Prosthetics which makes state-of-the-art prosthetic hands for amputees.
This week we talk to Little Yellow Bird founder Samantha Jones whose social enterprise makes sustainably and ethically-made uniforms and basics.
The Hi-Tech Awards are fast approaching, but who’ll be deemed the most innovative of them all? We take a closer look at the five nominees for Kiwibank’s Most Innovative Hi-Tech Service award.
This week, we talk to Collaborate co-founder Poppy Norton who's helped create an app matching charitable organisations with volunteers.
This week, we talk to Dr Sarvnaz Taherian who's helped develop technology that allows physically disabled individuals to communicate via blinking.
In our new Q&A series, we ask innovators and entrepreneurs to tell us about how they turned their ideas into reality. This week, we talk to Hello Cup's Robyn McLean.
A study using salary data, employment prospects, skill shortages and training positions suggests aspiring engineers, builders, teachers, midwives and panel beaters are off to a great start.
On this week's Primer, we talk to Offcut founder Adrien Taylor who's company takes fabric scraps destined for landfill and turns them into hats instead.
On this week's Primer, we talk to brand strategist James Hurman whose latest venture, Storytech, wants to help small businesses work out their elevator pitch in a single day.
On this week's Primer, we talk to Solvej (sool-vay) Swings co-founder Jenny Etherington whose business makes sustainable and long-lasting swings for babies and toddlers.