Innovation Drive

Wellington software developers Resn, a “company celebrated worldwide for its creative excellence”, is included in a Monocle feature about the capital city’s drive “to establish itself as a major hub for innovation.” According to Monocle writer Frances Morton, “It’s small enough to create an intimate working environment — and big enough for the plan to work.” “Around 90 per cent of Resn’s work comes from US-based advertising agencies, with recent clients including Toyota and Puma.” Executive producer Jonathan Hawke says: “Clients say they enjoy working with us because all the New Zealand clichés are true: we’re laid back, honest and hardworking.” Other Wellington businesses featured in the article include BizDojo, a shared workspace for start-ups and entrepreneurs; Studio of Pacific Architecture; and the Roxy Cinema’s Cuckoo Cocktail Emporium.


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How the Gig Economy Worked for Sue McLachlan

How the Gig Economy Worked for Sue McLachlan

New Zealand-born mother-of-two Sue McLachlan is pursuing her passion in the gig economy and making a comfortable amount of money after the collapse of her cloth nappy company business. Yahoo Finance…