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Ventures in the News – March 17, 2023

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New Zealand

  • Supie was featured in a piece from Stuff comparing grocery price data at three different supermarkets in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
  • Coaches at Brainfit shared simple advice for memory and brain health in a feature for Brain Awareness Month. “Memory is not a single object you can lose – it is more like a set of abilities that can be continually improved.”
  • Elisha Watson of Nisa is gearing up to sell the company to spend more time with her new baby daughter and help with extended family. She started the business in 2017 to provide work for women from refugee and migrant backgrounds and it has now grown into a business with a $1 million annual turnover.
  • Abbie Tebbutt, marketing manager at Chia Sisters, was offering fruit juices on tap in Nelson as part of the Refill Revolution campaign, aimed at shifting consumer, retailer and business behaviour towards refilling nationwide.
  • Elisha Watson of Nisa spoke about NZ Post’s community support initiative, Delivering for Good, which is now accepting applications for a new cohort of charities and social enterprises.

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