NZBusiness and Management

Real estate’s disruptive influencer

It’s a well-known fact that the success of any disruptive business model largely comes down to timing, an offering that resonates with customers, and a burning desire by the business’s owners to make it succeed. In recent years real estate company Tall Poppy has ticked all those boxes.

Launched in 2012 by original founder and now director David Graves, Tall Poppy was subsequently joined by two new directors three years later: namely Michael Seymour – whose credentials include setting up the Radius Pharmacy franchise group – and Sam McIntyre, the very first Tall Poppy agent David employed and first franchise owner.

Sam bought

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