• Utilising Fiji’s ‘near shore’ manufacturing capability makes economic sense for New Zealand companies, even more so in a world torn apart by Covid-19.
  • A global campaign is underway to grow awareness, preference and demand for New Zealand food and beverage products in the key markets of Australia, China, Japan, the US and the UK.
  • Christchurch-based global geoscience software company Seequent is one of four global partners working with Microsoft and its customers to drive change for good around water quality and conservation.
  • New Zealand’s wine industry may be small by global standards, but it contributes generously to New Zealand’s export drive – even during the headwinds of a global pandemic. 2020 will go down as a year...
  • New Zealand’s aquaculture industry holds much promise, but faces real constraints. Dr Nigel Bradly explains the challenges and opportunities post Covid-19, and the initiatives that could unlock its...
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