The Blog

Trio finds a buzz at the B:Hive

Trio Communications loves being surrounded by these neat peeps at the B:HIVE at Smales Farm. The place has such energy and collaborating on projects is proving to be massive fun and learning for us all.

Continue Reading →
BHIve celebration

Trio celebrates 18 months of good times at B:Hive

Trio Communications recently celebrated 18 months of good times at the B:HIVE, Smales Farm, North Shore City, Auckland. There are now 115 companies in residence and more than 400 people working from this amazing shared space. Can you spot Felicity in the photo? Clue: look on orange stairs  at level one.

Continue Reading →
Crown Range Cellar launch party

Crown Range Cellar launches wine club

Trio client, award-winning wines producer, Crown Range Cellar launched a unique, international-style wine lounge and club in Parnell on May 16, 2019. The lounge is set to become a magnet for those who not only enjoy fine wine from iconic New Zealand producers but also fine vintages from other high-quality winemakers in Europe and elsewhere.

Continue Reading →

Dilmah Tea founder speaks to NZ Ethics conference

Merrill and Dilhan Fernando of Dilmah Tea Company were keynote speakers at the recent Australasian Business Ethics Network Conference in New Zealand. The conference was attended by academics from around the world. They spoke on the Dilmah principle of Business is a  matter of human service and showed how they practiced this principle throughout Sri

Continue Reading →

Trio director a FaceMe hackathon judge

Trio Communications director Felicity Anderson was chuffed to be invited to be a judge for FaceMe’s first hackathon at the BHIVE @Smales Farm. Together with Nicholas Maquet of Movio (far left) and Mark Fitzgerald of FaceMe (far right) she heard several presentations from teams on how they would use creativity to bring new things to

Continue Reading →

Trio talks e-commerce over lunch

Trio Communications’ director Felicity Anderson with e-commerce consultant Simon Anderson (no relation) checking out Fantail & Turtle, one of the new eateries down from our HQ – the B:HIVE @ Smales Farm. First client meeting there – and if they all go as well as this one 2019 promises to be a boomer!

Continue Reading →

Is ‘tech-sex’ changing Kiwis’ view of intimacy?

Why are Kiwis increasingly turning to ‘tech-sex’ such as online, mobile or sugar dating, online sex work or “camming” in the search for love, sex, money or intimacy? And is it harmful to individuals or our society? Or is it just a new way of viewing intimacy? Dr Pani Farvid, a senior lecturer in psychology

Continue Reading →

Calling The Rock re Pacific Super Rugby

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is being targeted by a social media campaign from New Zealand to champion a Pacific Island Super Rugby franchise and ensure the future of the competition. The aim is to get thousands of rugby fans to tag Johnson across social media channels to get him to look at a proposal video

Continue Reading →

Objective Acuity’s trials confirm testing breakthrough

Objective Acuity has reached a significant milestone in its development of the world’s first, objective, visual acuity test. It has successfully concluded proof of concept trials on adults at the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis. The New Zealand-based, digital vision health company’s current lead investors including the University of Auckland Inventors Fund and Cure

Continue Reading →

Trio proteges move onwards and upwards

Proud to say our wonderful Trio proteges have gone on to bigger roles after their years at Trio: Katy McMillan – Mum and Associate Director Global Corporate Affairs, AstraZeneca UK Jane Pickering – Mum and Marketing Adviser at Auckland Zoo Terri Heard – Senior Account Manager at Thrive PR Melbourne Mehpara Khan – Senior Consultant

Continue Reading →

Testimonials