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As New Zealand’s creative and cultural heart, Wellington is home to some of the most inspiring workplaces in the country. With attracting, and retaining, top talent a key for any successful business, take a look at how some of the capital’s companies are taking an innovative approach to both their office spaces and work culture.
With a goal of helping parents across New Zealand (and the world) be more connected to their child’s learning, education company Storypark have taken a hands on approach to staff wellbeing with free lunch, flexible working and even a climbing wall. Take a look into Storypark's office crib.
Creating a space where staff, clients and especially themselves could “bring their whole selves” to the mix was key for the founders of creative agency Double Denim. That philosophy has spilled into their Cuba St workspace, featuring unique art work including a sign saved from legendary nightspot Mighty Mighty before the curtains came down. Take a look into Double Denim's office crib.