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The Module Project

by Module

We're a New Zealand technology company. We design long lasting technology products. Products which are upgradable, repairable & recyclable.

148% Complete

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Thankyou Payroll Limited

by Christina Bellis

We're a social enterprise that aims to create holistic benefits for business, for government and for communities.

115% Complete

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Sushi Ninja

by Sophie

Taranaki's first conveyor belt sushi restaurant. Sushi Ninja Express will be the fast, fresh, fun way to eat sushi.

166% Complete

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Debunking

Research opportunity: The modern NZ male shopper

by Nichola Quail

If men are in your target audience, then understanding their shopping behaviour is critical. We will discover what is really going on!

0% Complete

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Help Us Stop The Weapons Expo!

by Auckland Peace Action

Want to see real positive action for peace in Aotearoa? Activists are converging on Wellington in October to shut down a giant arms fair!

12% Complete

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RiverWatch – Making a big splash to save our rivers

by Water Action Initiative (WAI) NZ

How can we, as New Zealanders have swimmable freshwater? RiverWatch tests New Zealand water quality and monitors from afar.

7% Complete

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Denheath Corporation Limited

by Lisa Templeton

Join us on our World Custard Invasion!

126% Complete

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Eat My Lunch | Lunch Bonds

by Eat My Lunch

Eat My Lunch is on a mission to ensure that no child at school goes hungry, starting with kids right here in our own backyard.

163% Complete
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