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Case studies

Waikato Innovation Park - a relationship based on trust and understanding

Monday 27 May, 2019

As the chief executive of Waikato Innovation Park, Stuart Gordon lives and breathes agritech, ICT and smart protein. It’s a sector experiencing rapid change and growth so it’s imperative, says Stuart, that his organisation is supported by those who understand the market, and the challenges and opportunities it presents.

“That’s where Tompkins Wa...


Tompkins Wake and Chiefs Rugby - a great partnership on and off the field

Tuesday 23 April, 2019

Tompkins Wake is more than a proud sponsor of the Chiefs – they have become part of the rugby franchise’s family.

These two high performing teams have been working together since 2013­ when then-board chair Dallas Fisher brought Tompkins Wake on board to assist the franchise to become a limited partnership.


Foster Group

Monday 16 October, 2017

Building and nuturing community relationships is as important to Tompkins Wake client Foster Group as building fine Waikato landmarks.


IT Partners Group

Wednesday 26 April, 2017

Business partnerships don’t get much closer than that of IT Partners Group and law firm Tompkins Wake. The two Hamilton-headquartered business support houses have each other’s backs.
For many years they’ve been each other’s clients, growing together as they’ve widened and deepened their respective skills and capabilities to support NZ Inc..


Gallagher Group - an enduring partnership grown together.

Monday 3 April, 2017

Gallagher Group is an iconic New Zealand brand fueled by innovation. “The history between the two firms is a long one. As Gallagher has grown, Tompkins Wake has grown too ..... Tompkins Wake partners have built long relationships with Gallagher leaders which means the lawyers have a deep knowledge of the business."


Prolife Foods

Monday 3 April, 2017

A string of mergers and acquisitions has seen Hamilton-headquartered Prolife Foods become a domestic market and exporting heavyweight with sales of around $250 million a year.
Supporting Prolife on much of that growth journey has been Tompkins Wake.