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New breed of chair creates growth opportunities

A chairman that demands total focus on fiduciary matters undoubtedly provides oversight of the business. One that similarly embraces strategy encourages foresight. But a modern chairman should also be a generative – driving creativity beyond strategic dir…

Youngsters Conquer K2

Tradition and common wisdom says that endurance events are the realm of older more experienced athletes. But a host of young cyclists turned tradition on its ear in New Zealand’s toughest road cycling race, the Cranleigh K2.

New Zealand's toughest road cycling event

In the past 12 years, Alastair Borwick has never missed the Cranleigh K2 road cycling event, renowned as New Zealand's toughest road cycling event. It is a 200km ride, which combines 2300m of climbing and superb surroundings to produce a European-style cy…

Paul and Andrew Bayly - Twins share FDI concern

Sunday Star Times article with Paul and Andrew Bayly discussing the need to present overseas investors with a New Zealand Inc investment story.

Radio New Zealand interview with Paul Bayly

Kim Hill interviews Paul Bayly on the release of his new book: David Livingstone, Africa's Greatest Explorer.

London launch for Livingstone book

Paul Bayly, the head of trans-Tasman consulting firm Cranleigh, heads to London this week for the launch of his book David Livingstone, Africa's Greatest Explorer and address the Royal Geographical Society.

Kauri Runners Turn 10

The Coromandel’s Great Cranleigh Kauri Run turned 10 on 30 November. This trail run across the Coromandel’s Central Divide is so much more than another great race in a great place. For every runner who has finished this unique event, the organisers have p…

Cycle and run spectacular Coromandel

Training has started by athletes entering Cranleigh's two great adventure races - the K2 cycle race on November 2 and the Great Kauri Run across the stunning Coromandel peninsula on November 23.

Ice adventure - skiing the last degree

Adventurer and Cranleigh director Andrew Bayly’s passion for Antarctica led to a month long expedition climbing several peaks and skiing the last degree to the South Pole. To read more click on the headline above.

Tea for more than two

In the past two decades Dilmah Tea has become one of the world's largest independent tea companies. Company founder Merrill J Fernando gave food industry experts an insight into Dilmah's story at a Cranleigh lunch. To read more click on the headline above…