How Allpress Espresso went from a coffee cart to worldwide success

Business is Boring host Simon Pound speaks with Michael Allpress, founder of Allpress Espresso.

Techweek special: Celebrating Māori innovation and this year’s biggest tech trends

In this Techweek special, Simon Pound talks to Amber Taylor from Ara Journeys and Callaghan Innovation's Jonathan Miller.

How five years of R&D proved a local skincare company had a product that actually works

Simon Pound talks to Soraya Hendesi, founder of the skincare company Snowberry.

Using co-working to tap into the vast potential of South Auckland

This week, Simon Pound talks to Manawa Udy from co-working space Te Haa o Manukau.

Business is Boring Callaghan Archive

How creating more connections between people can help NZ Scale-Up

Simon Pound talks to Rosie Spragg of Callaghan Innovation and Craig Simpson, an entrepreneur many times over, about Scale-Up NZ, a new platform to foster connections in our startup sector.

How the Auckland Art Fair grew to put over $5m a year into the art economy

Simon Pound talks to Stephanie Post and Hayley White, co-directors of the Auckland Art Fair

How a gin from Aotearoa beat out the best in the world

Host Simon Pound talks to Dan Mclaughlin and Mark Neal, co-founders of Scapegrace Gin.

The global translation company offering staff an affordable life in Gisborne

Host Simon Pound talks to he Grant Straker, co-founder and CEO of Straker Translations

Jenny Morel on 20 years in the tech industry

This week, Simon Pound talks to Jenny Morel, founder of Morel & Co, No 8 Ventures, and most recently, MORGO – an annual gathering of people building high growth companies going global.

Using tech to help patients take their health into their own hands

Host Simon Pound talks to John Macaskill-Smith, CEO of virtual health company Ventures.

Level Two: The Parnell innovation centre fostering NZ’s deep tech projects

This week Simon Pound talks to Imche Fouri, general manager of innovation for Level Two, and Dr Will Barker, CEO of Mint Innovation.

How Asuwere is helping men stay on top of their threads

Simon Pound talks to the founders of men's clothing subscription company Asuwere. 

The refugee-staffed business bringing clothing manufacture back to Wellington.

Simon Pound talks to Elisha Watson of underwear company Nisa.

The Kiwi ‘brain drink’ sold all around the world

Simon Pound talks to Angus Brown, founder of nootropics drink Arepa.

Romer: the Christchurch-based ‘Tinder for doing things’

Simon Pound talks to Romer founder Emily Heazlewood who's created the 'Tinder for doing things'

Bringing local jobs – and tikanga Māori – to the legal cannabis industry

Simon Pound talks to Manu Caddie, founder and CEO of Hikurangi Cannabis.