About Us

Our Purpose: Helping to make New Zealand a better place to live, work and play.

The Possibility Project

The purpose of "Possibility" is to celebrate people with disabilities, who personify success on a daily basis. They work in roles which potentially many of us without disabilities, would assume was not possible.

Traditionally, many businesses take an individual approach to supporting people with disabilities.

We will be showcasing these same people and their forward thinking, community focused organisations to show that anything is possible.

JobCafe, our parent site is dedicated to real people, real jobs, and how great living in New Zealand can be.

Our systems, social media marketing and training services are designed to help people think about how they can best promote themselves, their organisations and add value to New Zealand.  We work on projects based on developing targeted networks that help New Zealand become a better place to live, work and play - visit our project websites.  This website "Possibility" is one of our many projects that encourage and celebrate diversity in our lives.







The People

Adrian Coysh

I have been involved in Executive Recruitment since 2001, mostly in the area of Finance and Accounting. After working in a large Agency, I set up my own business five years ago called, Sigma Solutions, which was instigated to be the specialist contract division of the Saturn Group, well known in the area of Executive Search.

I have been a committee member for the Auckland Branch of HRINZ since 2012. I am also championing Diversity within businesses and last year set up a “diversity special interest group” in order to educate and inform the HR community about the benefits of diversifying their workforce. I am the HRINZ representative on the Leadership Council of Workbridge, which nationally provides employment opportunities to disabled people.

My interest in disability employment derives from personal experience as three of my four children suffer from a condition called Retinitis Pigmentosa, which often leads to total blindness and for which there is no known cure.