IN THE MEDIA
A collection of media interest in founder Georgina's work over the years.
Written by Jacqui Thomas, Her Way is a collection of authentic stories of New Zealand female business founders succeeding in business here and internationally, doing so on their own terms, and with heart. Includes women from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Nelson, Hawkes Bay, Havelock North and more.
The personal stories these women share are real and inspiring – sharing the ups and downs, the trials and challenges, but also showcasing the successes achieved through a more ‘inherently female’ style of doing business. The traditionally classified ‘feminine’ personality traits such as caring, nurturing, kindness, sharing, helping others, collaborating, creating win-win deals, being mindful of our effect on others and on the environment, balancing family and business, and more, can be harnessed to create a better way of doing business.
Be inspired, and maybe learn a thing or two. See that it's definitely possible to do good, and do well.
You'll find Georgina's story on page 200.
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TV, Radio, Magazines....
Georgina is featured in NZ favourite, Woman’s Day magazine. She discusses her life, business and influences.
TV3 BREAKFAST PROGRAMME
Georgina appeared on live outside broadcast of TV3’s breakfast programme.
LIFE & LEISURE
The beautiful setting of Georgina’s apothecary in Poraiti, featured in this profile of her work and home.
PURE BEAUTY GLOBAL AWARDS
Georgina’s formulation skills were international recognised when her Archeus Botanic Repair Balm was shortlisted for Best New Premium Skincare Product in the inaugural Pure Beauty Global Awards.
Georgina won the Good Person Award for the beauty industry for her work connecting people to the healing power of nature.
Sunday magazine featured Georgina (and her pooch, Puffle) in their homes feature.
Element magazine commissioned Georgina as a columnist for its final three issues.
Herbal alchemy is the topic of this month’s column written by Georgina for Element.
NATIONAL RADIO - SENSE OF PLACE
National Radio recording of a presentation and panel discussion at the Sense of Place conference, I was really privileged to be a part of.
The panellists are David Trubridge, furniture maker in Havelock North; Glenn Schaeffer, a businessman and arts philanthropist based in Nelson; Georgina Langdale of Archeus in Hawke’s Bay; Davey Hughes of Swazi in Levin; Bryan Cadogan, Mayor of Clutha and demographer Dr Tahu Kukutai.
Georgina’s bit starts at 22.51.
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS NETWORK
In 2015, Georgina was shortlisted as a Finalist for Sustainability Champion in the annual SBN Awards
Regional publication Bay Buzz profiled Georgina when she returned to the Bay