2022 AUGUST update
Since the untimely closure of our Confluence business in Whanganui this April, we have been concentrating on delivering for our existing client base across key NZ education organisations. We've also been working with individuals within our local community. From one of these collaborations we are delighted to announce that our most recent film, RICHARD WOTTON: MOMENTS LATER has been selected as a finalist in an international film festival to be held in Istanbul this October 2022.
We are keen to share this short film with a local premiere discussions underway, and an interview with the Whanganui Chronicle coming soon.
We have not forgotten about our website updates at Double Farley, but for the last few years we've been concentrating on our Confluence business in Whanganui. This is a values driven, community focused coworking, events, and boutique cinema space, which is owned and operated by Double Farley Ltd as a social enterprise. Head over to www.confluence.kiwi for the latest updates.
Double Farley e-News September 2018
Here’s a few words and some interesting pictures of what we’ve been up to at
Double Farley, and also an overview and events listing for Confluence.
Melita and Kevin also want to thank everyone in Whanganui, and further afield,
who’ve helped and supported us to work in new ways. Including the unknown
subject in our opening photograph, whose splash of colour to tells us spring is
Kevin & Melita
Work in new ways
Many people ask us “What is it you do?” and this has to be the hardest
question to answer, especially when trying to keep it brief. Indeed, just like
Lego there are numerous ways that we can put together the answer.
So we reply “We work in new ways.”, but despite being an intriguing way of
summarising us, it often leaves people none-the-wiser.
Rather than just reel off a list of clients, which are a eclectic bunch, we can
instead list some of the essential building blocks we build from:
There's more news for september 2018 in our pdf download:
Double Farley e-news march 2018
Kia ora koutou!
What an eventful month it has been!
We have been incredibly lucky to attend lots of amazing events in
Whanganui and further afield, and meet so many amazing and inspiring
We have lots of exciting news to share with you this month.
Melita & Kevin
What we've been up to this montH
As well as our regular project work, over the last month we've been lucky
Speak on a Panel at the amazing Thrive Social Enterprise Expo.
Run a great Business Canvas workshop with a fabulous group of
Host a screening of Set in Stone for a fantastic group of 76 students
from Kelburn Normal School.
Talk to the Palmerston North Probus club about our film-making
Attend a great workshop in Auckland to learn more about creating
Augmented Reality stories.
Customer experience journey workshoP
Happy customers are your best marketing!
On Saturday 7 April, we'll be running a workshop to help you map the
experience you want your customers to have; from their first contact with
your business right through to them paying their final bill. You'll identify
everything your business needs to do to make their experience amazing
and create an action plan to make it happen!
This process works for any kind of business and any size of business.
Book online at Confluence.kiwi which is where the workshop will take place.
Set in Stone screening
We're excited that Aotea Utanganui - The Museum of South Taranaki will be
screening Set in Stone on Anzac Day.
This an excellent opportunity to visit a great museum and catch the film as
6:30pm, Wednesday, 25 April 2018
Aotea Utanganui - 127 Egmont Street, Patea
Exciting news... coming soon!
We have exciting news about a new film we've been working on!
We can't reveal the news just yet - but keep an eye on our Facebook page
for an announcement!
DOUBLE FARLEY February 2018 E-NEWSLETTER
Double Farley Creative Partners Limited is registered in New Zealand as a limited liability company.
Trading names include Double Farley and Double Farley Ltd.
New Zealand Business Number (NZBN): 9429041828526.
GST registered in New Zealand: 117-168-336.