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Collaboration at IncrediblEdge

IncrediblEdge brings entrepreneurs, leaders and diverse change makers together to share their ideas and inventiveness, gain new perspectives and learn from one another.  It fosters an inclusive environment to meet and collaborate with like-minded people who share a passion and vision to create impact in our borderless world. Hands on experimental work liberates creativity through […]

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Whetu – the eyes of the sky

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Aspirations

In the Pacific, feathers have a special significance. Their fibres hold knowledge and wisdom. Wings are symbolic of protection, and birds in flight take aspirations to higher levels. The calm and serenity depicted on the album cover of  BOOK OF LOVE – Lullaby (1988), art directed by Nick Egan, is extraordinarily powerful. It is inspiring […]

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Beyond boundaries – influencing global culture.

When the idea of an international gathering was germinated, we looked at the world and the rapid change that was occurring. As the initiator of IncrediblEdge, I was increasingly inspired when I read of the vast and extensive creativity that emanated from Nick Egan. It’s a special and unique honor that Nick will be central […]

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Hear incredible leaders of innovation.

Presenters include: Nick Egan, creative director of art, design and film – for Duran Duran, INXS, Oasis, Iggy Pop, Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Vivienne Westwood, Marc Jacobs, Nike, Nintendo, Sony PlayStation, Sir Ken Robinson; Ross Stevens, industrial design icon and co-founder of PureAudio and Design Led Futures, senior lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington; Can […]

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PO Box 37 479, Parnell
Auckland 1151, New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 302 0405, +64 9 302 3028
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