Introducing Two Raw Sisters, a food company set on changing perceptions about a plant-based diet. Feeling a little like people may have lost touch with food and where it comes from, these two savvy entrepreneurs wanted to make a difference to what their community is eating and in turn help tackle stress, tiredness and illness as a direct result.
On a mission to create something unique in Christchurch that sets the standard the people want to see – Hennie is planning a vegetarian, vegan and organic restaurant that caters for all non-meat eaters with an array of modern cuisine.
Introducing Sam Ellis from Grizzly Baked Goods – Christchurch’s very own modern craft bakery. After travelling and living in North America, Sam returned home wanting to become a baker, and gained some awesome experience working for a sourdough bakery in Hamilton.
Introducing Will and Katie of Greenroots Juicery, Christchurch’s own organic, local, plant-based, cold-pressed juice company. Realising they had a calling to focus on something bigger than ourselves, that involved greatly improving the well-being of peoples day-to-day lives, Will and Katie dived headfirst into creating truly healthy products hand-crafted from fresh local organic produce.
Introducing Rhiannon & Else, the dynamic duo behind the creative patisserie, Great Pastry Shop. Rhiannon was an award winning fashion designer in London (where she's originally from), after moving to New Zealand she has worked as an Art, Design & Photography teacher, magazine editor and chef.
Ever asked someone their how business is going? Did they reply with something along the lines of, "Things are going okay. But I'm working too many hours, plus I've got a few issues with my staff, and I could be making a bit more money."
Barrer & Co was founded in 2012 by Sarah Barrer to help not-for-profit organisations achieve their fundraising goals, raise their profile, and develop relationships in the most meaningful and effective way possible.
Founder of contemporary men’s tailoring business Crane Brothers is an ardent supporter of heritage and the arts, He knew instantly that the character building in a precinct rich with creativity was the right home for Crane Brothers.
At first glance, Welles Street appears as an inconspicuous old warehouse on a back street in the City, but despite knowing the fact these type of character spaces architecturally pose as many challenges as they do potential, we saw beauty behind this facade and have set out to transform the property into an urban central point that will popularize modern pub culture in Christchurch.