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At the heart of any successful company is its people. To create rock solid relationships built on trust, dependability, integrity and excellence at every level, you need the very best people.

What sets Form apart is our desire to be the best of the best and to add significant value to our clients’ projects. From concept to completion, in the areas of feasibility assessment, design, project management and construction, Form has highly skilled, capable and experienced teams in the Bay of Plenty, Waikato and Auckland.

Their genuine passion for what they do and their desire to partner with their clients, working alongside them, and their business partners, for a successful outcome, is what defines them.

Form are a people business – they care about their team, their business partners, their clients and they believe this shines through in daily interactions and in the end result.




Cypher Design is a full service graphic design and brand development studio based in the Bay of Plenty, Aotearoa New Zealand.

We strive to build long term relationships with our clients, and assist them to evolve and grow their business endeavours. Our aim is to help these SME’s & start ups, and their owners, find meaning in their brand, whilst communicating it with their audience in a human and authentic way.

Design craft aligned with strategic purpose can create great results for business.

Our capabilities encompass brand + identity design, standards + guidelines, strategy, print communications, books + publications, financial + investment documents, packaging, branded environments, way finding + signage systems, website design, photography + art direction, and brand asset toolboxes.



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