How woke are Kiwi businesses

Browse our database of New Zealand businesses and see how woke they are. Browse by industry sector. How we rate each business is obviously subjective, but it’s our best attempt at giving consumers the insight needed to avoid businesses that don’t align with their personal values. You can decide for yourselves who to do business with and who to avoid.

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2degrees-logo Woke Lite


2degrees offers prepaid and pay-monthly mobile services, as well as fixed-line phone and broadband services. 2degrees is the third-largest wireless carrier in New Zealand. 2degrees is ...
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Air New Zealand Logo Extreme Woke

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand Limited is New Zealand’s national airline. The airline operates scheduled passenger flights to 20 domestic and 30 international destinations in 18 countries, ...
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ANZ-Logo Extreme Woke


ANZ is one of New Zealand's leading banking and financial services groups. More than one million New Zealanders bank with ANZ.
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ASB-Logo Extreme Woke


ASB Bank Limited (ASB) is owned by Commonwealth Bank of Australia. It provides a range of financial services including retail, business and rural banking, funds ...
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BNZ-logo Extreme Woke


Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) is one of New Zealand's big four banks and has been operating in the country since the first office was ...
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BP-thumbnail Woke Lite


BP New Zealand has over 210 service stations throughout New Zealand and employs directly over 2000 people. BP New Zealand operates BP Connect stores and ...
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Not Woke

Briscoes Group

The Briscoes Group is the holding company for retail stores Briscoes Homeware, Rebel Sport and Living and Giving, which are located throughout New Zealand.
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Bunnings-Logo Woke


Bunnings Group Limited, trading as Bunnings Warehouse or Bunnings, is an Australian household hardware and garden centre chain. The chain has been owned by Wesfarmers ...
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Burger_King_thumbnail Woke Lite

Burger King

Burger King opened its first restaurant in New Zealand in 1993. It now has 75 restaurants nationwide and over 1,800 employees.
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Coca-Cola-thumbnail Woke Lite

Coca Cola

Coca-Cola has been operating in New Zealand for 81 years. The business has grown to more than 120 products across coffee, juice, mixers, soft drinks, ...
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Contact-Energy-Logo Woke Lite

Contact Energy

Contact Energy Limited is an electricity generator, a wholesaler of natural gas, and a retailer of electricity, natural gas, broadband and LPG.
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Cotton-On-logo Woke

Cotton:On Group

Cotton On is one of Australia’s largest global fashion brands and part of the Cotton:On group. The first Cotton On store opened in 1991 in ...
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farmers-logo Not Woke


Farmers is a New Zealand mid-market department store chain. Farmers operates 59 stores across New Zealand, specialising in family fashion, beauty, homewares, furniture, large appliances ...
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Foodstuffs-Logo Woke


Foodstuffs (NZ) Ltd is a New Zealand grocery company which owns retail franchises New World, Pak'nSave, Four Square, LiquorLand, Gilmours, and in-store private label Pams. Foodstuffs ...
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genesis-logo Woke

Genesis Energy

Genesis Energy Limited is an electricity generation and electricity, natural gas and LPG retailing company. It was formed as part of the 1998–99 reform of ...
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