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Here you will find blogs from The Icehouse team and guest contributors with fresh content posted all the time across a wide range of topics.
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Perfect partners: Asset Insurance Partners

The fact that Stephen Doecke, Owner and Insurance Director of Asset Insurance Partners, added the word ‘Partners’ on to his company name in 2017, says a lot about his ...

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Business Coaching 101: First steps... reaching out

Part one in a new series on the benefits of business coaching. Let’s start at the beginning, because the first step towards seeking business coaching is… realising you need ...

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Kicking off 2020 with a bang

More than 30 members of The Icehouse team met up in central Auckland this week to talk ambition, aspiration and anticipation at The Icehouse 2020 Kick-off.

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Knowing Your Numbers 101: Getting on your Working Capital Cycle

If you’ve ever looked at a profit and loss statement and see only hieroglyphs, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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Partnerships – You’re In Good Company

We discussed recently how alumni scholarships have played a significant part in shaping success for some of our fantastic alumni.

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Alumni scholarships: Very Forward Thinking

You’ve probably heard about ‘Pay-It-Forward’. In the case of The Icehouse, it refers to donating to The Icehouse Alumni Scholarship Fund – often after being the recipient of a ...

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Leadership Development 101: Your leadership style and why many leadership development courses don’t work

In our recent blog on How To Be a Better Leader in Three Minutes, we investigated the importance of top-to-bottom training, giving your people time, communicating well and ...

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Top Tips For Exporting

We’re profiling some of the great work done by The Icehouse partners. This article by James & Wells, the intellectual property law firm, was first published in Bay of Plenty ...

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Interiors business sewing up high growth

Asha Payton inherited a love of interior design from her colourful Wellington grandmother Maddy. Asha loved her chic style, mixing antiques with bright European furnishings in ...

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