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.
Economic activity is expected to ramp up as New Zealand moves to Level 2 restrictions and moves a little further out of COVID-19 lockdown.
New Zealand may be on the cusp of relaxing its restrictions further, with Prime Minister Jacinda Arden signalling a move to Level 2 restrictions today.
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.
In this first instalment of a three-part series, we look at the lockdown situation for tradies in both Australia and New Zealand.
With New Zealand businesses set to enjoy relaxed COVID-19 restrictions from next week, owners are now busy coming up with plans for how to start building up revenue once again.
New Zealand may be on the cusp of relaxing at least some of its social distancing and lockdown restrictions, and the nation’s retail businesses are being urged to start preparing now.
The Government’s new $3.2b coronavirus support package contains tax breaks, business advice and commercial rental relief.