Bounsa win RISE UP 2023 - Soda's female entrepreneurship pre-accelerator programme and seed grant.
Wellington startup Wilderlab is on a mission to improve New Zealand’s waterways.
Q&A with Bounsa co-founders and RISE UP finalists Sophie Stanley and Rachel Smith.
Q&A with Mother Trucking co-founder and RISE UP finalist Kitti Bradley
Q&A with WellNow founders and RISE UP 2023 finalists Niamh Buchanan and Melanie Lynn.
Q&A with Norish founder and RISE UP 2023 finalist, Gina Urlich
Q&A with Vester founder and RISE UP 2023 finalist, Candace Kinser
Sign Logic owner Jean Kriden has doubled her revenue since undergoing business coaching with Sweet Spot Coaching.
Frances Cook is a best-selling author, columnist, speaker and podcaster, who makes money easy-to-understand.
RISE UP is Soda's seed grant and pre-acceleration programme for ambitious female founders. Applications are now open.
Treat NZ won AMP IT UP - Amplify Taupō's business programme. Enjoy this Q&A with founder, Fleur Wolstenholme.
Online educational resource business sees sales increase following Regional Business Partner training.
With RBP funding Falls Retreat worked with Deloitte to create a five-year business plan and ensure its viability.
With RBP funding for leadership development, Volare staff get professional development to complement hands-on skills.
Identify Marketing works with small business owners, helping them to confidently manage their marketing.
With RBP funded marketing training, Steph from Sol is excited to grow her sustainable sun care brand.
RBP funding enables first-time business owner to tackle business challenges.
Twenty University students boosted their knowledge and skills in Soda’s inaugural Summer Intern programme.
Dale Carnegie is a globally recognised professional development organisation that empowers people and businesses.
Accent Photography doubled its income and launched a new service, with the help of RBP funding.
University students will receive additional professional development support during summer internships.
Soda sponsored the 2022 Fieldyas Innovation Awards. Find out who won...
Maisey Harris & Co is a modern accounting firm. Find out how they can help your business and meet co-founder, Peter.
Daisy Digital Marketing is an RBP service provider. Find out how they can help your business and meet owner, Sarah.
With funding from the RBP programme, Cosana has upskilled its current staff rather than hiring new staff.
Hitch software enables business to easily report carbon emission savings from commuting.
Q&A with Kinda Ice-cream founders Milli Kumar and Jenni Matheson.
Christchurch mum Cecilia Clavijo has developed an eco-friendly hand wash product.
Finery founder Jane Allan has won RISE UP, taking home $10,000 cash to boost her cocktail in a can business.
Join our vibrant team and make a positive impact for Waikato businesses.
Q&A with Secret Kiwi Kitchen founders Lulu Taylor and Clare Gallagher.
Q&A with RISE UP finalist and Finery Cocktails founder - Jane Allan.
Q&A with RISE UP finalist and Outside the Box Caskets founder - Becs Bartells.
Q&A with RISE UP finalist Laura Nixon, founder of Solid - sustainable oral healthcare products.
Taranaki startup Tokaora Diagnostics win $10,000 with their innovative tool to detect facial eczema in animals.
Soda is expanding its services to help more Waikato businesses.
Q&A with RISE UP finalist Renee Bignell, founder of Fundpay.
Q&A with RISE UP finalist Charlotte Greer - founder of veto.
We're looking for globally ambitious female founders for Soda's RISE UP competition!
Soda has teamed up with HIRE HER to create more job opportunities for women.
Reachible founder Rachel O'Connor is on a mission to make marketing easier.
Sacha Coburn is a women of many talents and an enigmatic force of nature.
Online 3D printing service platform connects customers with designers and printers.
Our seed grant winners include a 3D printing business plus makers of new mountain bike tech and hemp-based pet products.
Meport founder Kerwan Rose has created technology that automates the background checking process for tradies.
Since working with Soda in 2020 Real Rad Food has entered the FMCG market and doubled its turnover.
The founders of Dunedin Craft Distillers make gin and vodka out of bread and bakery leftovers.
Kaffelogic's benchtop coffee roaster proves that you can make award-winning coffee at home.
Founder Christopher Staal is ready for investors after completing Soda's BOOST programme
UpdateCove empowers government agencies and construction companies to engage with communities more effectively.
Ocean friendly, natural skincare company Sol+Sea has completed Soda's BOOST programme and is looking for investors.
Founder Wendy Quach's online thrift and consignment store has taken out Rise Up's top prize.
Five inspirational female entrepreneurs will vie to win $10k on at Rise Up.
From state housing to being the CEO of her own company, Donnamaree Ryder has beaten the odds.
These three female founders are on a mission to make food labelling more environmentally friendly.
Skillsme came third in Soda's latest seed grant. We asked them a few questions about their startup.
Auckland startup onesub have created a platform to improve the shopping experience for consumers and retailers.
Hitch won Soda's latest Seed Grant so we asked this promising new startup a few questions.
Glen Stephen's startup has created an ocean-friendly skincare range.
Soda's latest Seed Grant awarded $10,000 cash to four innovative NZ startups.
This online accommodation business is the place to go for one-of-a-kind rural accommodation experiences.
Rise Up finalist, Billie Jo Hohepa, founder of BDÉT, shares some of her entrepreneurial journey.
Where are they now? We chat to Soda alumni Kaffelogic to find out their latest news.
Christopher Staal’s start-up has developed technology to supply pre-cut plasterboard to building sites.
Soda's new BOOST programme lifts off with founders EC8, Sol + Sea and Pickl.
Rise Up finalist, Wendy Quach, founder of & Again, shares some of her entrepreneurial journey.
Check our the podcasts - The Fizz About Biz - where we speak with founders about their entrepreneurial journey.
Find out how this new programme will help your business take on the world!
Rise Up finalist, Chloe Van Dyke, founder of Chia Sisters, shares some of her entrepreneurial journey.
Rise Up finalist, Dr Angela Lim, founder of Clearhead, shares some of her entrepreneurial journey.
We ask our first Rise Up finalist, Gaelle Thieme of Dust & Glow, a few questions about her entrepreneurial journey.
We ask Rise Up judge and Athena X founder, Dil Khosa, a few questions about being a female founder in NZ.
Five female finalists will vie for $10,000 in Soda Inc's inaugural Rise Up competition.
Rise Up judge, Max Callaghan from Callaghan Innovation, shares his advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Alice Barrett activates her activewear brand with the help of Soda's CO.STARTERS programme.
Kendell Terrill launches Baby Addictions, a sustainability initiative encouraging the use of reusable nappies.
Nic Tauroa's latest venture, Evagrow, has real potential to grow into a thriving enterprise.
Soda’s new seed grant competition invites New Zealand’s female founders to Rise Up.
Feeding Kiwis and starting a business from scratch. It's all in a day's work for Seed Grant winner, MenuAid.
A passion for saving and budgeting was the catalyst for YouChange founder Min McKay.
Environmentally-conscious lifestyle brand, Sol+Sea, takes out top spot in PowerUp Ideas Competition.
Soda mentor, Kate O'Leary, shares the sweet experience of mentoring Kinda Ice-Cream start-up.
Taranaki sisters, Alice and Cindy Walter, have a bright business future with their clothing label, Dizzie.
Soda mentor, Latesha (Tesh) Randall of Raglan Food Co, shares her passion for mentoring entrepreneurs.
Auckland-based finance technology company, Pickl, wins $5,000 Seed Grant to boost business.
Pet owner, Claire Wilkinson, creates natural food range for her beloved bunnies.
Animals Like Us co-founder, Rob Achten, gives his insight into successful mentoring.
Chive Charities founders, Stephen and Alice, continue to share their start-up success journey.
Starting, failing, and starting again... Chive Charities founders share insight into entrepreneurial life.