A New Zealand-created app that auctions items by dropping the prices during a 60-second countdown is about to take on the lucrative US sporting market. We chat with Dropit co-founder Peter Howell about how the app works, as well as why it’s setting its sights on international markets.
Start “Wheedling” says a bright green button in an email sent to me over the weekend. Its owner and namesake uses the verb to mean buying and selling online, but in the last six months it’s taken on a new meaning in programming circles – software that fails spectacularly.
Jim Wheeler – 'Golden Bloom' (edition of 150)
It’s a win-win situation – buy exquisite NZ art to help the Breast Cancer Research Trust find a cure for breast cancer by 2018.
Art for a Cure is a one-of-a-kind exhibition featuring well known NZ artists, all inspired by their favourite NZ …
How do you launch a mobile phone to hip, affluent early adopters and show some corporate social responsibility as well? If you’re Samsung, you team up with iconic fashion label Zambesi, get a bunch of celebs to take photos on said phone, auction off the pics and donate the …