One Percent Collective

Profile: One Percent Collective

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Who: Pat Shepherd From: One Percent Collective Could you describe your company and the work you perform? One Percent Collective is a Wellington-based registered charity that exists to inspire more generosity and to simplify regular giving. We’ve got over 300 donors who donate 1% of their income to the partner charities we support. Our role […]

Oasis Definitely Maybe

Definitely Maybe: Test and Learn

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In hit single ‘Live Forever’, Liam Gallagher shared his disinterest at knowing how his partner’s garden grows. He ventured that: “Maybe I’ll never be all the things I want to be, now’s not the time to cry, now’s the time to find out why, (… as you and I are gonna live forever)” The Oasis […]

Tuia Group

Profile: Tuia Group

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Who: Guy Royal From: Tuia Group Could you describe your company and its business profile? Wellington-based Tuia Group is a professional services firm that offers business consulting, investment and economic development advice, as well as commercial legal advice. We also have an incubation investment arm, Tuia Innovation, which takes on entrepreneurs and emerging businesses. We […]

PledgeMe. Anna Guenther

Profile: PledgeMe.

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Who: Anna Guenther From: PledgeMe. Could you describe your organisation and the work you perform? PledgeMe. is New Zealand’s only combined equity, lending and project crowdfunding platform, and one of only a few in the world. Crowdfunding is as simple as it sounds – it’s when you go out to your crowd for funding. You […]

Indian Ink

Profile: Indian Ink

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Who: Jacob Rajan From: Indian Ink Could you describe your company and the work you perform? Indian Ink is a touring theatre company based across Wellington and Auckland. For two decades now, Justin Lewis and I have pursued our idea of the ‘Serious Laugh’. That is, opening mouths with laughter in order to slip something […]

BATS Theatre

Profile: BATS Theatre

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Who: Heather O’Carroll From: BATS Theatre Could you describe your company and the work you perform? BATS theatre is one of New Zealand’s leading developmental theatres and one of the busiest. We are a uniquely Wellington institution that has been an open house for artists since 1989.  We’re not just a venue for hire, or a […]

Mark Amery Letting Space

Profile: Letting Space

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Who: Mark Amery From: Letting Space Could you describe your organisation and the work you perform? Wellington-based Letting Space is a seven-year old public art and urban revitalisation organisation. We empower artists to create projects that work in conversation with cities and have staged more than a dozen major projects in partnership with property owners, businesses and […]

Pic's Peanut Butter

Profile: Pic’s Peanut Butter

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Who: Pic Picot From: Pic’s Peanut Butter Could you describe your company and its business profile? Pic’s Peanut Butter is a Nelson-based company manufacturing premium peanut butter and exporting it worldwide. Proprietor Pic Picot first made peanut butter for himself in 2007 and began by selling it at the weekly Nelson markets on Friday afternoons. […]

Licence to thrill

License to thrill: considerations on engagement

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Our previous post ‘Could you be the One?’ discussed how the selection of your sponsorship recipient should be tailored to your purpose, values, and customer desires. This post looks to provide considerations on engagement, both within and external to the company. Make it Personal In both entertainment and business, we are looking for a more […]