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English is New Zealand's main
language. You do not have to worry about adequacy or costs of
translation and understanding. Our results and recommendations
will make sense and will be easy to follow.
We know how to communicate, interact
with clients, and use our discretion wisely. You will not find
sudden changes to what you have given us.
We are based in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hamilton is progressive and has much to offer. It is New
Zealand's fourth largest city and enjoys the best of both urban and
rural worlds. It is situated in the North Island in the heart
of the Waikato region - one of the most productive agricultural
areas in the world. It has all the down-to-earth friendly
fellowship of a small town and the nearby conveniences of New
Zealand's largest city - Auckland - and other significant cultural,
tourist and rural centres of New Zealand - the Bay of Plenty,
Coromandel and the west coast areas.
Hamilton City is the business, service
and educational centre of the Waikato region. It is also one
of New Zealand's major commercial, industrial and research centres.
Hamilton is valued as a world centre
of life sciences, which has grown out of the region's worldwide
leadership in the dairy industry. Approximately 25% of
research undertaken in New Zealand is performed in Hamilton, most of
which is in the life sciences area. Other industry successes
include milking systems, dairy hygiene products, electric fencing,
plastics, stainless steel fabrication, aluminum extrusion, tap ware,
boat building, and instrument supplies. Hamilton and Waikato
commercial successes include health and safety systems, online
sensing, computer networking, call centres, and data mining.
Over 50 international businesses have chosen Hamilton as the
location of their head office or satellite offices in the Pacific
Hamilton City has an approximate
population of 120,000. The population of the Waikato region
itself is approximately 350,000. More than 80% of Hamilton's
population is of European descent and 11% are Maori (New Zealand's
indigenous people). The remaining population's race and
culture is diverse - it has a large transient population, including
students from all around the world. The advantage is that we
can get a whole range of people who will almost always match our
clients' users - also our location gives us ready contact with
people who live outside a main centre and who will invariably belong
to a range of socio-economic groups.
Hamilton is an easy-to-reach location
from all parts of New Zealand and most parts of Australia - we are
only a one hour drive away from Auckland, and there are regular
flights to Hamilton from most centres in New Zealand and many main
centres in Australia. If further a field, or if more your
preference, today's technology means we can easily collaborate with
clients from all over the world. In fact, the difference in
time zone means huge advantages for international businesses - we
can work on a problem while you sleep!
Please contact us for more details
Contact: Kirsten Thomson