Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has postponed New Zealand’s General Election by a month and extended fresh business support following a new COVID-19 outbreak.
Raising capital to start a new business during an economic downturn may seem daunting, but data has shown there are unique opportunities waiting.
When self-employed or doing contract work as a freelancer, the flow of income often arrives in lump sums, followed by periods of drought.
A year on from its first ‘wellbeing’ Budget, the Government has produced a Budget that aims to offer a lifeline to households, businesses and industry — including support for entrepreneurs.
With the release of this year’s Budget, the Government has offered more support to impacted businesses in a bid to boost the New Zealand economy.
In the second part of our series for tradies in the small-to-medium business sector, we cover off government stimulus support for businesses impacted by the pandemic.
With many businesses forced to shut as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, some are wondering if they can afford to pay rent on commercial leases.
The New Zealand Finance Minister has revealed small to medium businesses can expect more financial support from the Government in the months ahead.