Monthly Archives: January, 2018

Features
Stoppies 2017: Air New Zealand flies away with the Bravest Move of the Year Award
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Rather than wrapping controversies in a PR blanket, Air New Zealand has taken a more transparent approach, openly admitting its struggles with the gender pay gap, sustainability targets and a range of other issues in a Sustainability Report for 2017. It’s easy to talk about the things that are going well, but it takes a brave business to admit when things go wrong. We talk to head of communications Marie Hosking about the importance of transparency.

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Horse’s Mouth: Sinead Boucher, Stuff
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Sinead Boucher’s career on the Fairfax digital team started in what she describes as a “broom cupboard” at a time when the site was seen as a nice-to-have tag-on to the print business. Now, as she sits in the chief executive chair at Stuff, she reflects on how much things have changed.

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Hungry for the opportunity: Kelli Brett on buying Cuisine magazine and steering it into the future
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It was late last year news broke that Fairfax had sold the Cuisine magazine masthead to editor Kelli Brett and advertising manager Vanessa Stranan. Now, as the pair find their feet in the new year, we speak to Brett about the decision to buy the magazine and what the pair have planned for it. Plus, we look at how food magazines are faring in the digital world.

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