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FEATURING GREG MURPHY
Before Greg Murphy made it as a V8 Supercar legend, it took years of hard work to get into the fast lane. Jacqueline Taylor finds out how the champion adjusted to his new-found wealth and how he went on to manage his money.
THEME: INVESTING IN THE STOCKMARKET
FEATURING WYNYARD GROUP
Wynyard crime-fighting software is used by government agencies and large corporates around the world. The home-grown market leader has proven to be just as popular with New Zealand institutional and retail investors since it listed on the NZX in July 2013. Sally Jones speaks with Craig Richardson and Murray Page of Wynyard Group about the rewards and challenges of listing the company on the stock exchange.
THEME: INVESTING FOR RETIREMENT
Success is no stranger to New Zealand recording artist, Ladi6. Her achievements as a musician are numerous and she has a string of accolades to be proud of.
For Ladi, preparation, hard work and money management are important factors contributing to her success. She speaks with Jacqueline Taylor about her journey of managing finances and planning her financial future.
FEATURING ANGUS ALLAN FROM THE COLLECTIVE
Kiwi enterprise and a vision to take New Zealand yoghurt to the world have delivered gourmet yoghurt makers The Collective such fast growth it even took co-founder Angus Allan by surprise. He talks to Sally Jones about the companys extraordinary investment in global markets.
THEME: INVESTING IN ENTERPRISE
FEATURING GEOFF ROSS
Geoff Ross understands that boldness, energy and ingenuity are all required when investing in a business. He has experienced unbridled success with 42 Below and has gone on to invest in Trilogy International and Moa Group. You could be forgiven for thinking it is all fun times, but Ross is the first to admit that there are also plenty of tough days at the office, brewery and beauty lab. He speaks to Sally Jones about the highs and lows of growing a business and investing in enterprise.
THEME: FINANCIAL CAPABILITY
FEATURING HANNAH MCQUEEN
Hannah McQueen is the founder and managing director
of enableMe. Since setting up the financial consultancy in 2007, McQueen and her posse of financial coaches have helped thousands of Kiwis kill their debt and gain control of their finances. Sally Jones talks to McQueen about her “third child” and how a sticky situation led to
her taking the helm of a growing business that aims to help people lead happier lives.
THEME: INVESTING IN PROPERTY
FEATURING PETER WOLFKAMP
Peter Wolfkamp is New Zealand’s own Renaissance man. The 48-year-old wears the hat of builder, radio broadcaster, television presenter and brand ambassador. His building career spans almost 30 years and is packed with every residential project you can think of, from new builds and character renovations, to the restoration of a 16th century farmhouse in the south of France.