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Business Preparedness Guide 3
Business Preparedness Guide 3: Running a business in challenging times
In this report, the third edition in our Business Preparedness Guide series, we take a look at what it means to be in business in our new normal, we examine some of the ways businesses are looking to transform the way they work, and the myriad opportunities ahead to thrive in the future.
Wellbeing Budget 2020: Rebuilding Together
Wellbeing Budget 2020: Rebuilding Together
This must have been one of the most momentous Budgets in New Zealand’s history, delivered in the most unusual circumstances. But what does it mean for SMEs? We've captured the key outtakes in our report.
Business Preparedness Guide 2
Business Preparedness Guide: Running a business in challenging times
It is our belief that SMEs in this country are a powerful force for positive change. They are not only the employers and earners; they are the dynamic drivers of change; the inspirers; the thinkers and the doers. We believe it is vital for our economy that the SME sector is as protected and supported as it can be in the weeks and months ahead. Which is why our focus is on sharing information, starting conversations and reaching out to provide support to help businesses start, survive and grow.
Business Preparedness Report
Business Preparedness Guide launched to help Kiwi businesses
A Business Preparedness Guide has been developed for New Zealand businesses who may be looking for advice during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The guide offers support in a range of areas from managing cashflow to business continuity and preparing for the eventual upswing. There is a focus on fundamental issues businesses are currently facing, including establishing secure and successful work from home operations, managing staff and dealing with leave. There is a breakdown of wage subsidy and leave support, including how to apply, and how much employers are entitled to.
Mental health in small business report
Mental Health In Small Business Report: Proactive approach to mental health challenging for small business, says fresh data
More than two thirds (67%) of small businesses have not discussed mental health days, according to fresh data from MYOB.
The finding, from a survey conducted with 757 Australian small business operators, is compounded by the fact that just half (52%) of respondents said they feel able to address mental health issues affecting their staff.
CONSUMER INSIGHTS REPORT
MYOB Consumer Insights Report: Kiwis still shop ‘NZ’ despite rise of global e-tailers
Despite the rise of internationally headquartered e-tailers, more than half of all Kiwi consumers (54%) say they still prefer to shop at New Zealand owned and operated small businesses, according to a new Consumer Insights Report by accounting software provider MYOB.
Kiwi consumers are choosing to buy locally either by visiting the physical premises or heading online to owned and operated stores.
MYOB Special Report: New Zealand’s Rural Sector
Despite recent reports of economic uncertainty and a raft of other business pressures, the rural business community continues to report sustained growth. However the pressures of running a small business - coupled with the isolation of managing a rural operation - are taking a toll on the mental health and overall wellbeing of this key sector.
FUTURE OF BUSINESS
MYOB Future of Business: The Future is Now
There's no doubt the next three to five years of technological disruption will impact every business in New Zealand.
But are New Zealand businesses truly ready for the magnitude of change expected over the next few years? Are they prepared to ride the next wave of technological disruption? Or will they miss the opportunities of an exciting but unpredictable new world?
As the future fast approaches - and takes each of us with it - a combination of investment, business preparedness and government support will make all the difference to the success of our economy and the businesses that work to support it.
WOMEN IN TECH
Women in tech need greater support says MYOB
In the latest MYOB Women in Tech report – released at a special Techweek event on Thursday 23 May – the company said there is still work to be done among the local tech sector if New Zealand is to live up to its reputation as a society that recognises, promotes and enjoys the full benefits of equal representation of women.
According to report, nearly half of the tech industry’s female leaders have personally experienced gender bias in the workplace. The report also says just 25% of local technology businesses have equal representation in their leadership teams (41% to 60% of their leaders are female), while only one in ten tech businesses work to actively address discrimination. Less than half pay their female employees the same as men in the same role.
ENTERPRISE INSIGHTS REPORT
Transforming the mid-market
In this report, we surveyed 185 bigger businesses from across the country to measure the
performance of the New Zealand mid-market. In doing so, we seek to highlight the challenges
they face and identify the barriers to their growth. We also hope to help bring their
significance into greater focus and ultimately support their success.
THE STATE OF STARTUPS REPORT
The Lifecycle of Your Business
In The Lifecycle of Your Business, we analyse small business insights such as performance, challenges and pressures at the different stages of a business lifecycle. From startups (0-2 years) and growing businesses (2-5 years), to maturing businesses (5-10 years) and established businesses (10+ years) – the report includes stories from four very different entrepreneurs and tips for businesses at each stage.