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Tech turbo-charges team

By PHILIP CHANDLER The new boss of a 25-year-old Queenstown real estate business believes its early adoption of technology has paid off in these Covid-affected times. Harcourts Queenstown managing director Warwick Osborne, who’s taken over following Kelvin Collins’ retirement, says the...

Working remotely, together

By TRACEY ROXBURGH A resort entrepreneur’s used the Covid-19-induced lockdown as inspiration to create, hopefully, short- and long-term benefits for the Wakatipu, and New Zealand. Ziptrek Ecotours founder Trent Yeo’s behind a 12-day festival, being held this November, dubbed ‘RemoteTogetherNZ’. It’ll bring...
Face-palming exasperation with sloppy data entry prompted two entrepreneurs to build Queenstown's latest flourishing tech business. Ben Calder and Wulf Solter established Wherewolf back in 2013. The company builds custom software for adventure tourism businesses, allowing them to manage guests...
Survivors of a voyage from Dunedin to London, conducted under the guise of beer promotion, gathered recently in Queenstown. While here they discussed their memorable experiences over a Speight's or two with Philip Chandler Yarns and, appropriately, beers flowed at a recent 10-year reunion...

Mag’s food for thought

Queenstown has largely taken over a lifestyle magazine. Mindfood has called its ninth-birthday April edition, released this week, 'Fall in Love: An Insider's Guide to Queenstown'. It's a collaboration with Destination Queenstown, whose boss Graham Budd says the edition's aimed at...
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