Blade-Conspire International Group is a international family of companies that strives to provide innovative products and services to our customers. From web hosting to creative arts, we have something for you: either as a first-tier Blade-Conspire Brand, or via our investment portfolio.
Blade-Conspire International Group is a small company based in Auckland, New Zealand, with aspirations of bringing our services to the world.
We've been in operation since 1999 in various forms and became a registered company in 2008. Blade Lifestyle Media has been around since the early years, under going many trading names - from Blade Multimedia to Blade Media Solutions.
In 2004, Blade Lifestyle Media was transformed into a partnership and operated briefly under this arrangement. After a while Blade Lifestyle Media turned stagnant and no further work was produced.
In 2007 the full rights to the Blade Lifestyle Media brand was acquired by one of the partners - the original founding member and integrated into the newly formed Blade-Conspire International Group.
Conspire Web Services began operations in 2003, with a full scale launch in 2005. Since then, the services on offer has increased ten-fold and a steady increase on the domain types for around the world and hosting plans. Conspire Web Services recently expanded into software with the launch of the development tools division.
Vambrace Software was launched in mid-2008 as the need for a channel to provide budget software arose. Shortly after Vambrace Software was launched, an idea formed and within a week, DigiPhotoPaint was up and running - Ready to provide a unique service to anyone that wanted it.
Blade-Conspire International Group is committed to help lessen our impact on the environment.
We chose low power computer components when building new computers and prefer low consumption devices when possible.
Low level tweaking (such as tweaking operating voltages) is performed to ensure minimum heat, energy and power usage.
If a full workstation can be replaced by a low power notebook, we'll make sure it happens.
All equipment is turned off at mains level when not in use to ensure minimal off-peak power consumption to help save resources.
Paper usage is kept to minimum by running a paper free office and (supply willing) we use recycled paper for any packaging and printouts.