Welcome to NW1 Consulting
NW1 Consulting is based on the simple premise that anything can be achieved with the application of common sense and hard work. We untangle the knots, are unafraid to ask the questions (whether easy or difficult), and connect the dots.
There’s no magic to what we do. We adapt and utilise industry best-practice methodologies while remaining unequivocally unafraid of cutting through the red tape to get things done. Simply put, whatever the challenge we make it happen.
With over 25 years management experience in a cross-section of industries, from video production, post-production, IT management, strategic consulting and sales we know what it takes to make your projects and products run smoothly.
Whatever your goal, it’s all about transmedia storytelling, whether a website, television programming, software development, or building your brand – it’s a story. Everything we do is for an end (preceded by a beginning and a middle). That’s a story and that’s what we do.
We make your stories happen. From concept through delivery and beyond.
A passionate ideas guy, I am an experienced cross-media consultant with PMP and Prince 2 qualifications and over 20 years IT / Media / Broadcasting management experience. I have crossed the gambit of old and new media from IT, mobile, web, film and television in a variety of guises – project leadership, strategic development, product management, sales, production, post-production, IT development and general consulting.
A connected technology specialist, NW1 Consulting (in partnership with Tangerine Japan and Stixis India), utilize Internet of Things (IoT) to connect people, devices and applications. Market verticals include retail, agriculture, hospitality, government and education.
NW1 Consulting is the New Zealand local partner for leading UK broadcasting content consultancy 3Vision.
3Vision is a leading international content consultancy and part of The 3Vision Group.
We work for all types of TV platforms (including satellite, cable, IPTV, OTT and mobile operators) as well as TV channels and content owners.