articles tagged 'corporate social responsibility'

Hotwire NZ's managing director on why corporates should take a stance

  • Opinion
  • February 5, 2016
  • Hamish Anderson
Hotwire NZ's managing director on why corporates should take a stance
Mohamed Hassan (RNZ)

In light of the TPPA signing yesterday, Hotwire NZ's Hamish Anderson looks at the huge influence brands can yield when they put their weight behind a cause and how corporates can bridge the gap between 'greed' and 'need'.

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Noel Leeming pimps its ride, hits the road to give Kiwis a taste of technology—UPDATED

  • Technology
  • October 23, 2014
  • Ben Fahy
Noel Leeming pimps its ride, hits the road to give Kiwis a taste of technology—UPDATED

The founder of The Warehouse, Sir Stephen Tindall, is putting plenty of energy into philanthropic causes these days. And the chief executive of The Warehouse Group, Mark Powell, has given the brand a boost with the promise of a living wage for some staff and discussions about the size of his own salary. And, as part of the company's communities and environment strategy, it's also built a high-tech truck for Noel Leeming that promises to bring the wonders of technology to New Zealand’s most remote and least advantaged communities.

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