There’s a lot to be said for being unseen, unknown and unheard of when you’re a private investigator, but sometimes it’s just not that great for business. Julia Hartley Moore’s high profile work has led to success investigating extortion, money laundering, kidnapping, fraud and infidelity.
What good is an honest sleuth if he can’t balance the books? New
Zealand private investigators are remarkably incorrupt, but sorely
lacking in business nous, says top PI Ron McQuilter.
Lee Suckling talks strategy with Telemetry Research, one of New Zealand’s fastest growing companies.
David Kirk led the All Blacks to their only victory at the Rugby World Cup (so far), and has followed that up with a high profile business career in Australia.
World champion mountain runner Melissa Moon may not be a conventional business woman, but the high fliers of commerce are seeking out the secrets of her success.
Opening up playing opportunities for semi-professional players – while simultaneously saving club rugby – is the ambitious goal of rugby entrepreneur Tony Cutting.
When people ask Simon Scott what he does, he tells them he takes corporate strategy documents out of people’s bottom drawers and puts them onto their office walls.
New Zealand’s film industry may be cheap and cheerful, but producer Barrie Osborne tells Karoline Tuckey that’s two good reasons why its future looks bright.
Efficient buildings are good for the bottom line – and much nicer places to work.