CoDigital comes to Nelson

Written by Charlotte Lang

Posted on Monday 20 December 2021

Wellington-based company CoDigital has opened a new office at 186 Queen Street, Richmond.

Opening an office in Nelson is a long-held ambition of CoDigital CEO Janine Doherty.   Wellington-based, Janine has a close affinity with the region having spent a lot of time over the past 20 years holidaying with family and friends. 

“We have clients in the Tasman Nelson region so when the opportunity came up to open an office in Richmond, we went for it. We are loving our new office at the upper end of Queen Street.”

CoDigital helps organisations navigate, adapt and transform their businesses through technology innovation and change. Their clients range from large public sector organisations through to smaller private companies.

CoDigital’s Richmond office is more than an office, it’s a collaborative workspace.  Called CoDesign Workshop, Awheawhe Hoahoa Ngātahi, it is a place where true collaboration can happen.

"We have created a space where our clients can come in, relax in a comfortable environment and let their creativity and ideas flow,” Janine says.

Janine set up the company in Wellington almost five years ago in response to what she saw as a need for an independent service provider who could help organisations develop their businesses through technology to deliver services their customers wanted.    

The Workshop will initially be home to four staff, headed by Phil Doole, GM South. Phil is moving from Wellington to Nelson to take up his new role.  Additional people will be brought on as the company grows.

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