Monday, 10 July 2017 08:49

ROI - a performance measure

Lets relate the ROI from the purchase of a Test Ticket during the Lions series in monetary terms. 

The rugby - intense in all 3 tests   -    an ok return

Officialdom - substandard, irratic  -    under performing, changes required

Inventory Meddling -   In-house ruling reduces return potential threatening future investment levels     [. . .]

Max Farndale:  10 July 2017

Published in MSCNewsClips
Thursday, 06 July 2017 08:41

Vycling The Wall

The Vycle could be used during the construction of tall buildings. The lightweight, low square footage and flexible aspect of the system makes it suitable for retrofitting and temporary installations like in the use of scaffoldings or cranes.  [. . .]

deZeen:  6 July 2017:  More Clips

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Wednesday, 05 July 2017 08:25

Formula One on high

Each of the five Formula One cars suspended from this 35-metre-high installation are intended to represent key moments in the career of race-car driver Bernie Ecclestone. [. . . ]

DeZeen: 5 July 2017:   More Clips

Published in MOTOR SPORT
Monday, 03 July 2017 17:08

Raising A Rocket





"I want to
make  space 

Peter Beck
chats with
Anna Isaac





 AN INTERVIEW:     Previous Clips

Published in MSCNewsClips
Tuesday, 04 July 2017 10:44

Raising A Rockit

With a second rocket planned for launching from the Mahia Peninsula  also in Hawkes Bay another Rockit is on it's way to dominate a world market if the CEO of Rockit Global, John Loughlin has his way.

Unlike Peter Beck's rocket this Rockit is much smaller and delivers a huge sweet taste but like the Mahia Rocket it is  winning it's fair share of awards.  This last week Rockit Global, who grow the Rockit apple, were named ExportNZ Hawke's Bay's ASB Exporter of the Year.

Theres more to the Bay than just the weather!

AUTHOR:  MAX FARNDALE:   Previous clips

Published in MSCNewsClips
Monday, 03 July 2017 15:52

Inspiration For Industry

When the All Blacks win the country  feels good.

When TeamNZ win you can add inspired to that.  Inspired from not only a sporting perspective but an industrial one as well.  Design, engineering, manufacturing the whole spectrum of industry were involved.

Involved not only for TeamNZ but for the oppostion's Goliath, Oracle as well.  Quite unique really with  many a David working within a stones throw of each other toward developing what each believed would be the winning vessel. 

In the end David won.  A win that has left a legacy for not only our younger sailers to follow but also for those who will populate the factory floors of New Zealand in the future.

Congratulations to all involved in bringing the Auld Mug back to New Zealand.  A superb team effort.

AUTHOR:  MAX FARNDALE:  Previous Clips

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