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Mid-market construction sector investing to future-proof for industry change
Resilience of mid-sized construction firms sees many driving for growth.
MYOB Digital Challenge returns for ninth year
MYOB’s Digital Challenge is returning for its ninth year and 2023 registrations are now open for young innovators from across New Zealand and Australia to compete against their peers.
MYOB appoints Paul Robson as CEO
New CEO Paul Robson signals next growth phase for leading Australia and New Zealand business management platform, MYOB.
Tourism, technology, and skills training the main business wins from Budget 2023
The New Zealand Government’s 2023 Wellbeing Budget – ‘Support for today, building for tomorrow’ – has delivered investment focused on relief around immediate financial pressures impacting New Zealanders, boosting infrastructure, and building a resilient, high-wage economy.
MYOB advances investment in mid-market with 360+ new features and enhancements
Business management platform MYOB releases new features to enhance opportunities for the mid-market, including inventory capability and employee onboarding.
Crunch time: SME cashflow concerns grow as inflation continues to bite
Confidence remains low with 69% of SMEs expecting economy to decline. Further, 34% of SMEs have seen annual revenue fall over the past 12 months, and 45% of SME leaders say their business has been less profitable over last 3 months.
MYOB Enterprise celebrates channel partners with High-Achiever awards
Leading business management platform MYOB has announced the winners of its Enterprise High Achiever Awards, recognising the success of its top performing Enterprise channel partners for the past year.
MYOB appoints Dean Chadwick as Chief Marketing Officer
Key appointment of Dean Chadwick to Chief Marketing Office as business management platform accelerates digital transformation across Australia and New Zealand.
Don’t stop believin’! 8 in 10 Kiwis have had business ideas but held back by budget and self-belief
New Zealanders are known for their ingenuity and now new survey findings confirm that while the majority of us have had an idea for a business, only half follow it through to fruition
Mid-market not immune to digital disconnection
Local mid-market businesses are relying on up to five online business management tools or applications on average to manage their business operations, according to a survey of more than 1,000 mid-market decision makers from across Australia and New Zealand.