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Businesses which are moderately woke


Rip Curl

Rip Curl is manufacturer and retailer of surfing sportswear and accompanying accessories. Rip Curls is owned by by KMD Brands Limited (the parent company of Kathmandu and Oboz).

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K Mart

Kmart is a chain of budget-price department stores. The company operates 325 stores across Australia and New Zealand, with its head office located in Melbourne. Kmart Group, the department store division of Wesfarmers, also owns and operates Target Australia and online retailer Catch.com.au.

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Meridian Energy

Meridian Energy Limited is a New Zealand electricity generator and retailer. The company generates the largest proportion of New Zealand’s electricity, generating approx. 35 percent of the country’s electricity, and is the fourth largest retailer, with 14 percent of market share in terms of customers.

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“We’re helping move Aotearoa New Zealand to a low emissions future through generating electricity from 100% renewable sources: hydro, geothermal and wind.”

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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 owned by Voyage Australia Pty Limited and is part of its Vocus Group.

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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 Wild Bean Cafes throughout the country.

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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, sports drinks, tea and water. Brands include Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero, Fanta, Sprite, L&P, Powerade, Kiwi Blue, and Schweppes.

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