Hands on High Flyer

Kiwi Carly Arnold has been named one of British magazine Management Today‘s 35 women under 35 for 2006. Arnold, 29, studied engineering and business at Auckland University and worked for Air NZ before landing a business analyst job at EasyJet (UK) in 2002. Five promotions later, Arnold is EasyJet’s general manager at Luton airport, overseeing more than 500 staff, 17 aircraft and a budget of £30 million. Her advice to recent graduates? “Ask questions, never stop learning and build good relationships.”


Tags: Air New Zealand  Britain  Carly Arnold  EasyJet  Guardian (The)  Luton Airport  Management Today  New Zealand  University of Auckland  

Sustainability is Abel’s Top Note

Sustainability is Abel’s Top Note

Artisanal companies from Britain to New Zealand are putting environmentally sensitive production, practices and packaging at the centre of their business models, Isabella Kwai reports for The New York Times. Based between…