Lamborghini Terzo Millennio
Feb02

Lamborghini Terzo Millennio

    Lamborghini has unveiled a visionary hypercar concept, arguably unlike any other. The Terzo Millennio uses innovative selfhealing materials for its body, supercapacitors that power electric motors integrated into each wheel, and the ability to store energy in its carbon fiber body.     No easy task, which is why Lamborghini is partnering up with two laboratories of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...

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Brain Food
Feb02

Brain Food

    Are your staff eating well? This thought has probably never crossed your mind and it might not worry you in the slightest what their daily intake is. But what if their daily intake was affecting their abilities at work? Affecting their productivity, their concentration, their motivation, their stress and anxiety levels, and the amount of sick days they take. Would that make you curious as to what their diet consists of?...

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Four Simple Steps Before Selling Up
Feb01

Four Simple Steps Before Selling Up

    Owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in New Zealand are being encouraged to act now to avoid an uncertain retirement, marred by poor planning. Three out of four business owners are pinning their hopes on selling up to pay for their retirement, but 30 percent acknowledge that their businesses wouldn’t survive without them and even more – 47 percent – don’t have a plan in place to exit their business. These...

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Ten Tips for Perfect Punctuality
Feb01

Ten Tips for Perfect Punctuality

    Lose the snooze button ‘Begin as you mean to go on, and go on as you began’. Think of your alarm as the first appointment of the day – if you hit snooze for five minutes, you’re then five minutes late, which could set the tone of your entire day and make you five minutes late for the succession of following appointments. It’s hard to make that time up. Fill your tank the night before Ever found yourself annoyed at having...

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Breaking into Asia
Feb01

Breaking into Asia

    When it comes to exporting, the US need not necessarily be the first place on a company’s mind. “Everyone always thinks about getting into America, but when I looked at other regions, I realised that our closest neighbours in the Asia pacific would be perfect place to launch my brand,” Laura Furiosi says. “China has such a large population I only really needed to capture a small percentage to make a big impact to my...

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Tips from the Experts
Feb01

Tips from the Experts

    Successful exporting countries generally have high GDP per capita and a standard of living to match. Wages are high and people enjoy good health and education and can afford the luxuries of life – modern cars, nice houses, overseas holidays, leisure goods and other comforts. So, exporting matters, and this is where the Go Global conference comes in. Dubbed ‘the exporters’ conference’, the single-day event, held in late...

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