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The Joy Division

Adulttoymegastore has 20,000 ways to spice up your sex life!

Since conception in 2009, ATMS has grown from a staff of 3 to an office of 14 with a $20m turnover last year.

Sex may sell, but at its core we want everyone to have good, safe fun!

“We believe sexual health and wellness is just as important as our physical and mental health,” says founder Nicola Relph (pictured) “We’re proud to be leading the sex positivity movement in New Zealand.”

Needless to say, customer satisfaction is through the roof!



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Speedy Feeds

Delivereasy is the homegrown service that feeds and waters thousands of Kiwis every day.

A vital link between kitchens and taste buds right through Covid, it kept many hospo operators solvent.

“We’re proud to be a Wellington firm that makes a national difference to all kinds of businesses,” says director Tim Robinson (pictured left with co.founder Nik Foster).


“We have more than 2000 drivers delivering food and beverages from more than1300 restaurants and bottle stores. That means we’re helping local businesses prosper in a tough market. And we take great food right to people’s homes.”


That’s a highly tasty combo.



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Putting in the hard yards

Hutt Concrete Products is helping lay down the groundwork for New Zealand’s current infrastructure boom.

Among its product lines have been road barriers for Haywards Hill, drainage wingwalls for Transmission Gully, and many, many subdivision drainage products.

“We cracked $3m in sales for the end of last financial year and are absolutely pumped for the coming year,” says managing director 
Hayden Harvey (pictured left with co-owner Dallin Harvey).

The Upper Hutt company takes pride in its customer service and quality products.

“And we’re proud we can offer our new staff some great career options.”

That’s a rock-solid business ethos right there.



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In Demand Brand Expanders

Reason, formerly Uprise, is a digital marketing agency that helps ambitious brands smash targets through strategic and innovative advertising.


Reason can provide full digital marketing services, or take an advisory role to help internal marketing teams hit their goals. And if that team wants some upskilling, Reason is there too.


Co-founder Tim Pointer (pictured left with co-founder Matt Rowe) says Reason is a rare blend of creative and analytical expertise with 45 skilled specialists.


“We love working with ambitious Kiwi companies and global brands who want a competitive advantage.”


With 58 percent growth last year, word has got around. 



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No Hols Holidays

Summer of Tech is the bridge between study and great IT careers.


The non-profit organisation works to match IT employers with students that have the required skill.


Since starting in 2006, it has helped place more than 1500 students into jobs while mentoring and training many more.


Co-CEO John Clegg (pictured left with Co CEO Ruth McDavittsays the values-based organisation aims to break down any barriers to people having a rewarding IT career.


“Last year we offered 11,999 hours of free industry training to 6611 attendees in what was the most diverse group of students ever.”



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Rehab  Redux

For anyone needing help getting back on their feet, moving an arm, or flexing a finger, after an injury or health event, TBI Health Group is there to get you back on track.

The 21-year old rehabilitation service deals with everything from minor sports injuries to helping people recover from catastrophic accidents.

Its latest initiative has been Hauora Connect, a collaboration project to better support Māori and Pasifika in Porirua, using a more holistic form of rehab. It’s proved to be a ground breaking service.

“Everyone benefits from our team approach to health care, our clients, our staff, and our communities.  ” says CEO Chris Gregg (pictured).



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