Flick gives consumers the 'choice' to be sustainable - stoppress.co.nz
After only eight weeks in development Flick Electric Co. released a new app this week, called Choice, that gives Kiwis information about the carbon impact of the electricity they are using in real time.
“Flick has a simple business proposition: they put the customer at the centre of everything they do, give you electricity at the wholesale spot price plus a small well-known commission, and give you access to a wealth of easily digestible information that helps you manage your own power consumption.”
Conscious Consumers will change the world... if we let them. - Pure Advantage
Recently I was chatting to the leadership team at a major bank about how Flick is reinventing the relationship between retailers and energy users. I found myself asking them to...
Flick’s Jessica Venning-Bryan on marketers’ role in mainstreaming body positivity - stoppress.co.nz
It’s no secret that women have a long history of being marginalised and misrepresented in advertising. Flick general manager of brand Jessica Venning-Bryan discusses how marketers have a responsibility to move things forward and shares the thinking behind the representation of women in Flick’s latest ad campaign.
Eastland Group buys into Flick
GISBORNE residents can expect more options to reduce power bills after Eastland Group invested $2.2 million in a new cut-price electricity retailer. Eastland Group today announced it had invested $2.2...
Wellington Is Bigger On Tech And Innovation Than You Think
This story is a part of a series titled 'Wellington Aims To Be Most Prosperous, Livable and Vibrant City in the Southern Hemisphere'. The gravity of tech disruption around the world has changed how competitive economies are. Relying on natural resources like oil and coal is no longer enough. The countries [...]
How to save money when you're having a baby
Very small people can make a very large dent in your bank balance. Here are 10 ways to save money.
Cheap is never nasty with NZ’s fairest power deal - Kiwi Families
Power bills. They’re something that we parents don’t get overly excited about, especially when we’re digesting the huge figure in that dreaded white