Demand for executive-level Māori roles reflects the new era

The Māori economy is estimated to be worth over $50 billion, with an ever-growing need for Māori executives to manage and grow its industries and lead state sectors. Māori executive search consultant Russell Spratt shares his experiences of the current environment in a three-part blog series. Employment opportunities for… Read More


Confidentiality and the Executive Recruitment process

We have an extensive track record over the last 33 years in search, executive recruitment, recruitment and professional contracting, all of which require a similar process. This includes working with clients and candidates in New Zealand and internationally. Recently, we have become aware of hiring executives, even at chief executive… Read More


Women Leading Business, sponsored by JacksonStone & Partners

Date: Friday 8 Mar 2019     Time: 12pm to 2pm Venue: The Queens Wharf Ballroom, Foxglove Bar & Kitchen, 33 Queens Wharf Register here. Friday 8 March is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Join us for ‘Women Leading Business’ to celebrate the contribution… Read More


The impact the New Zealand Festival has on Wellington

The New Zealand Festival has recently released the impact report on the 2018 Festival which shows that the Festival contributed over $25 million in GDP to the city’s economy, and provided 309,000 attendees with unique entertainment experiences. JacksonStone’s partnership with the New Zealand Festival is very easy to justify;  we… Read More


Beaujolais Nouveau Day

JacksonStone & Partners celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau Day in the Banquet Hall in Parliament, New Zealand. Thank you to the three hundred or more clients and contractors who came to celebrate with us. à votre santé… Read More


New Zealand Economic Update

As a client of ANZ, JacksonStone & Partners benefits from some value-add services, one of which was a presentation to our team yesterday by ANZ Economist, Elizabeth Kendall. It was an insight in to various economic indicators, trends and observations about how the economy is tracking. Thank you… Read More