campbellsquared, Author at Campbell Squared
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Our amazingly talented Design Consultant, Hannah Wyn has been kind enough to share her experience learning te Reo Māori over the past two years. Hannah is originally from Scotland and jumped at the opportunity to learn about te Reo Māori and Te Ao Māori as...

One of the lesser known side effects of COVID-19 has been an increase in social media usage. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, almost everyone with an internet connection has seen a surge in screen time. Not just out of boredom either. With regular and dramatic media...

While we stay at home saving lives from our sofas, there is a revolution happening across our workscapes. It began with a scramble to set up remote working, quickly led to new rhythms to coordinate workflows, and has challenged us to find innovative ways to build camaraderie among...

Each year, thousands of men around the world grow out their moustaches to support the Movember movement. At C2 we’ve got a few #MoBros participating to raise funds for the Movember Foundation. Far too many men die prematurely due to cancer and mental illness. Men...

The digital space moves faster than almost anyone can keep up with. This blog will touch on the biggest and most exciting developments, new trends and technologies in the online world on a monthly basis, so you can stay in touch and up to date...

About 850,000 people across Aotearoa whakapapa to an iwi, yet most of the iwi have as little as 10% of their whānau registered, missing out on meaningful connections and engagement. To make it easier for iwi, hapū and other Māori organisations to connect with existing iwi members and...