surfer in difficulty, to rescuing a man overboard, responding to an emergency flare, locating a drifting vessel or attending to a medical emergency at sea.
“At the end of the day, we don’t just save lives, we save families.”
The Factory group say they have followed on from the rich history attached to the building which served as a centre for research and innovation.
The Factory is at the intersection of science and business and offers a range of programmes that equip entrepreneurs with the skills, funding and networks they need to succeed.
The Factory say they’re a place to help support entrepreneurs and grow businesses, a headquarters for their various programmes and a co-working space to meet, work and collaborate. prosecution under the Fair Trading Act. Consumer NZ launched the Do not Knock campaign in 2014 and had been calling for a law change since, but it was only this month that the law was changed.
Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin said that since 2014 550,000 Do Not Knock stickers have been distributed to consumers to help them shut the door on unwanted traders.
Consumer NZ launched the Do Not Knock campaign as a result of ongoing complaints the organisation had received about the hard sell and exploitative practices used by door-to-door traders. If you want a free Do Not Knock sticker, visit consumer.org.nz and either request one or print it out from the website.