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Cottonsoft & Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa, Kim Calvert’s personal story

We’ve chosen to support Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa through Cottonsoft as a major community support project which aligns with our core product range...

Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa

In May 2013, Cottonsoft became a proud sponsor and supporter of Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa (BBCA).

Supporting our local communities

Some of those we have supported .....

Cottonsoft sponsors Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa

In May 2013, CottonSofts became a proud sponsor and supporter of Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa (BBCA).

Indonesia sets pace on carbon footprints

Cottonsoft CEO Steve Nicholson shares his opinion in the National Business Review on Indonesia’s approach to combat its carbon footprint.

Relay for Life raise money for cancer

Relay for Life is a challenging and fun community event to celebrate cancer survivors and those who look after them, remember loved ones lost to cancer and raise awareness and money for the fight against cancer in New Zealand.

Supermarket purchases of CottonSofts and Tuffy lead to surprise summer fun

Winning a prize was the last thing the members of the Kalsi family were thinking about when they picked up packs of CottonSofts toilet tissue and Tuffy paper towels at their local Countdown in Gisborne.

Trade issues tabled as Indonesian delegation travels down under

As the chief executive of APP affiliates Solaris Paper Australia and Cottonsoft New Zealand, I was invited to join the Indonesian delegation that travelled with the Minister of Trade, His Excellency Gita Wirjawan, during his visit to Auckland and Canberra in the second week of October 2012.

Eyes on environment as bilateral trade with Indonesia takes off

Though most of the general chatter surrounding international trade seems to be about Australia and China, I suspect that behind some ministerial doors a great deal of time is spent on New Zealand’s relationship with Indonesia, and the ever-widening trade channel with the world’s fourth most populous nation.