December 10, 2020

How does MEO stand out in a crowded market today?

HOW DOES MEO STAND OUT IN A CROWDED MARKET?   MEO Air face masks were created with an aim to contribute towards a healthier world. Our vision is to disrupt the face mask industry with the best anti-pollution face mask. We want to create a practical yet fashionable face mask for the global consumer.  Ultimately, our goal is to give access to clean, breathable air to everyone. At the same time, we also want our consumer to trust in us to provide them with products that help them breathe freely and with comfort. And that’s where being a New Zealand brand helps us stand out from the crowd.   REPRESENTING BRAND NEW ZEALAND New Zealand has a reputation for being the land of purity and cleanliness. When you hear New Zealand, you immediately think of healthy living and clean air. So, it...

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Taking the guesswork out of filters – How does our MEO HELIX filter work?

TAKING THE GUESSWORK OUT OF FILTERS - HOW DOES THE MEO HELIX FILTER WORK? Weather, like life, can sometimes be very unpredictable and uncertain. Just ask 1 News reporter Carolyn Robinson who went in search of good, sunny news for this year’s summer in New Zealand, but was instead greeted with predictions of a rainy and cloudy one. Donned in her MEO lite face mask, Carolyn tried to shoo away her blues with an ice-cream, only to realise that the mask was still on (something, we are all very guilty of!). Too many things in life are unpredictable and left up to chance, and that’s why we at MEO Air  believe in providing certainty and surety with our products. Our face masks and filters are created from years of research and developments in science. A merger between...

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January 16, 2020

Fashionable face masks: ‘Trying to make something horrific seem appealing’

--Written by the Guardian newspaper Manufacturer Meo and New Zealand fashion designer Karen Walker collaborated on these reusable face masks with air filters. The interchangeable covers can be matched to the wearer’s outfit. As Australia’s air quality plummets, demand has spiked for reusable anti-pollution masks that are effective and fashionable Sydneysiders Elias Honor, his brother Isaac and their childhood friend Jack Graham had a vision of selling Australia’s air to the world. The company they founded, AusAir, have made high-end anti-pollution face masks featuring filters infused with Australian botanicals such as eucalyptus and Tasmanian lavender. In shades of shell pink, black and grey, AusAir’s masks have a soft yet utilitarian aesthetic – like something you might find on the Starship Enterprise. After winning a series of student entrepreneurship awards, the trio’s masks are set to go on sale for the...

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