As the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ardern Government has swung into action, announcing one of the largest stimulus initiatives in the world, equating to around four percent of GDP.
As climate strikes continue to take place around the world, some small business owners are asking whether they can reduce their carbon footprint.
New Zealand has one of the highest rates of trusts per capita in the world, but the law regarding trusts has been long overdue for an update. If you’re a trustee, there are some things you should know before changes come into force in 2021, writes Henry Brandts-Giesen.
A 20-year standoff with farmers over-charging for emissions is about to end, with sector leaders this week signalling support for a new system as soon as 2025. It’s not a bad start, writes Paul Buchanan.
As with many other business sectors, New Zealand’s tech businesses need to work harder to foster and encourage female talent as revealed in the findings of the latest ‘Women in Tech report’.
Today, New Zealand’s Coalition government handed down what it’s dubbed the ‘Wellbeing’ Budget, in which it has “committed to putting the wellbeing of current and future generations of New Zealanders at the heart of everything we do”.
On 6 May, new amendments and additions were made to the Employment Relations Act 2000. Here’s everything small business employers need to know.
Setting up a new business for success is hard work and certainly not a given. That’s why the Government and its agencies offer a range of grants for startups and small business in New Zealand.