68 days ago

Kōwhai magazine is out now!

Ryman Healthcare Limited

In this spring edition we’re looking at ways to promote being kind to yourself – both physically and mentally.

Learn yoga poses from Ryman resident and yoga lover Lynette. Brighten up your garden while enjoying some fresh air, with tips from landscaping guru Matt.

We all know that food brings people together, so follow Manu’s guide to creating the most delicious platter to share with your friends and whānau.
Read our free online copy

More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Get to know your customers in 2022

The Team from Digital Boost

Hi Neighbour,

How well do you know your customers? That might seem like a redundant question but let’s dig a little deeper.

Do you know their age? Their income? The values that resonate with them? Where do they live? Do they have a family? How do they like to spend their spare time?

As you answer these questions (and as many others as you can come up with) you’ll start to build clear customer personas that will help you tailor the experience you provide to fit the needs of your customers.

We’ve got a whole series of bite-sized videos on customer personas and customer experience waiting for you over on our website, so if 2022 is the year you take your business to the next level head on over and get started today!

The Team at Digital Boost
Learn more

3 days ago

Succulent trough

The Team from Resene ColorShop Queenstown

It’s easy to create this simple blue succulent trough with a little bit of help from Resene testpots.
Find out how to create your own.

3 days ago

Weddings and elopements at an all-time low in popular Queenstown Lakes District

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Otago News

Wedding nuptials have been postponed, cancelled and overturned for the last 18 months due to Covid-19 restrictions – leaving the wedding industry feeling the pinch.

Weddings and elopements in New Zealand hit an all-time low in 2020 and have not picked up since.

The number of non-Kiwis getting married in New Zealand is not available, but the number of Kiwis getting married or entering civil unions dropped 20 per cent between 2018 and 2020 – from 20,949 to 16,779.

Marriage numbers in New Zealand have been in decline since the 1960s, but Covid-19 has stopped us from being a wedding and elopement destination for overseas couples too.

Wedding planners in the Queenstown Lakes District are getting only 10 to 25 per cent of their usual business at this time of year. Continue reading here.