Wednesday, 15 July 2020

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  • Tea For The Brain

    16:01 | 14/7/20
    For thousands of years, the health benefits of tea have been enjoyed in which Petite Cha hopes to capture. Tanya Haseltine, a Taranaki highschool student has continued her journey with Petite Cha, a bubble tea business, as part of the Young Enterprise ... more»
  • Vodafone Aotearoa Unveils ‘Honouring The Principles Of The Treaty Of Waitangi' Policy

    15:14 | 14/7/20
    As part of a Matariki celebration today, Vodafone New Zealand announced a new companywide policy with a key focus on honouring the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi. The policy is the first step in a five-year Maori development strategy and will come ... more»
  • Government Must Step In To Boost Rural Recycling

    15:09 | 14/7/20
    By Simon Andrew The public opinion on the challenge of waste has fixated on everyday consumer items like single use plastic bags, coffee cups and straws. As an agricultural nation, New Zealand needs to extend its eye-view to the wider waste issues faced ... more»
  • Reserve Bank Releases Credit Conditions Survey For June 2020

    15:06 | 14/7/20
    The Reserve Bank is today releasing the results of its Credit Conditions Survey for June 2020. The March Survey was collected in early March and thus reflects the views of respondents prior to the announcement of the COVID-19 alert level system ... more»
  • Whanganui Hospitality Sector Making Gains Following Lockdown

    14:52 | 14/7/20
    Consumer spend data from Marketview shows that Whanganui hospitality and accommodation businesses have seen significant consumer spend growth following the effects of lockdown. For the past six weeks, consumer spend among Whanganui hospitality and accommodation ... more»
  • NZ Certified Builders Appoints New Board Chair And Vice Chair

    13:32 | 14/7/20
    NZ Certified Builders Association (NZCB) announces the appointment of career builder Mike Craig as its new Board Chair, succeeding professional director Kevin Sceats who has stepped down as Board Chair due to family reasons, after two years in the ... more»
  • $40 Million To Support NZ Businesses A Welcome Relief

    13:24 | 14/7/20
    Minister for Economic Development Phil Twyford and Minister for Small Business Stuart announced a further $40 million will be invested in the Regional Business Partner programme (RBP) today. This is a welcome relief for businesses trying to plot a path ... more»
  • RBP Funding Extension Will Make A "critical Difference" To Canterbury Economy

    13:18 | 14/7/20
    Today’s announcement of a $40 million funding extension for the Regional Business Partner (RBP) Network has been welcomed by Regional Partner, the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce. Minister for Small Business Hon Stuart Nash and Minister for ... more»
  • New Zealand Centre Of Digital Excellence Appoints Establishment Director

    12:43 | 14/7/20
    (Dunedin, 14 July 2020 ) The Dunedin-based New Zealand Centre of Digital Excellence (CODE) has appointed locally-based industry leader, Tim Ponting, as its Establishment Director. Mr Ponting, a CODE Working Group and NZGDA Board member, has been appointed ... more»
  • Rimini Street Appoints Gerard Brossard As COO

    12:37 | 14/7/20
    LAS VEGAS, June 13, 2020 – Rimini Street, Inc. (Nasdaq: RMNI), a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products and a Salesforce partner, today announced the ... more»
  • MEGA Appoints David McLaughlin As Compliance Manager

    11:53 | 14/7/20
    MEGA has appointed David McLaughlin as Compliance Manager responsible for ensuring that the cloud storage and back-up service continues to operate with the highest levels of compliance with regulatory requirements. David is an Auckland-based commercial ... more»
  • Real Estate Again Defies Doom Merchants

    11:08 | 14/7/20
    “The underlying strength of New Zealand real estate continues to prove itself. Overall, it remains well up on last year, and comfortably up on the previous month. Any pundits preaching doom and gloom back in March and April are still miles off ... more»
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