Kiwis have a reputation for innovation and outside-the-box thinking – here are some of our business banking customers, sharing their Kiwi success stories.
Jane Kistiah-Chetty started a business to provide the best rehabilitation possible in a private sector marketplace. Find out how Jane built her plan and vision to expand her business nationwide.
Rick Lawrence launched Seaforce in 1987, establishing a niche area in a huge global market. Find out how Rick created a financial plan that minimised risk and let him run his business with integrity.
Paul and Phil started Weka Coffee in 1998, supplying cafes with everyone’s favourite hot drink and keeping the machines going. Find out how they maintain the independence to set their own goals and run their business their way.
Triple One Care looked at local needs to develop a company that looks after the health of NZ businesses and their people. Find out how they expanded their business.
Grant Odgers knows that coming up with a great business idea is the easy part. Hear more about prototypes, patents and getting the right support to make your business a success.
Find out how sound business strategy and market research paid off for Wellington business Shott Beverages – who saw a niche in the market and filled it.
When the recession hit, Nick Berryman made some big sacrifices. See how he managed to expand his business at a time when many companies were going under.
Thinking about starting your own business? Sue Norton started her own law practice – and discovered there was more to being the boss than she’d expected.
Doug Andrews had a great idea – and 30 years experience in another field. Find out how he combined both into a successful business.
Want to combine lifestyle and business? Kees and Kay Weytmans have done just that, combining luxury accommodation with sustainable living on their property outside Gisborne.
When Ron ter Huurne started his fencing business, he quickly realised he couldn’t sit back and wait for business to come to him. Find out how he adapted to make his business a success.
Find out how Clayton and Mary Bennett used their overseas training to produce European-style chocolate that’s distinctly NZ.