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Good Design Awards 2016: We have a winner!

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We are incredibly excited to announce that we have won an award at the Good Design Awards 2016, over in Australia! We are very proud of all the hard work that has been put into this frosty wee device and are honoured to have received this award. The Inverse journey has been an exciting one, and we don’t expect that to stop any time soon! So watch this space fellow Inversers, we’ve got a game-changer here!

Interested to see our entry? You can check it out here!

We also have a write up in the NZ Herald here.


Inverse Takes Gold

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Beautiful design, endless celebratory bubbles and the rising anticipation of the Gold Pin met us as we entered the Viaduct Events Centre on Friday night. It’s always fantastic to see local work recognised on the big stage and theBest Awards are the perfect way to recognise excellence in graphic, spatial, product and interactive design in New Zealand.

On behalf of ourselves and all involved, we are proud to announce that the Inverse Hair Conditioning System received the prestigious Gold Pin at this year’s awards. Read More


NZIA: We are a finalist!

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We are very excited to announce that we have been announced as a finalist in the New Zealand Innovator Awards 2015. We have been nominated in the Innovation in Marketing & Communications category.

The New Zealand Innovators Awards aims to recognise and celebrate innovative, high-growth New Zealand organisations.

NZIA has also opened up voting for the People’s Choice Awards. You can vote for us under ‘Roholm – Inverse’ … and then come back tomorrow and vote again! We appreciate all your support.



LOCUS RESEARCH: Four for four

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We’ve been keeping ourselves busy over the last few months, working alongside some extraordinary Bay of Plenty businesses to develop their exciting products. Luckily some of these projects have reached the stage that we’re ready to share them with the world, and what better way to be recognised than to enter an award. Read More