Monthly Archives: May 2018

How business can respond to an ageing population (and perhaps save the world!)

Judith Davey 1/06/2018 As I observe NZ society in its adaptation to population ageing, I take a special interest in business enterprises which have sprung up in response to this world-changing  trend. The private sector has done a lot better … Continue reading

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More about the cause of “wrap rage” Why don’t manufacturers make more accessible packaging?

Judith Davey 18/05/2018 This is a good question. There are many reasons why making packaging usable by a wide range of people must be good for manufacturers. On her blog, Becky Taylor says – “Designing packaging that allows for universal … Continue reading

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Inaccessible packaging can threaten composure and life itself

Judith Davey 7/05/18 Reading through “Joint Support”, the Arthritis New Zealand newsletter, recently (March 2018), I came upon an article about a packaging survey initiated by the organisation. Although this was aimed at people of all ages who have arthritis, … Continue reading

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