Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes gives his tips for fundraising in New Zealand, the second most charitable country in the world. Read the full article here.
“Retailers need to examine closely the reasons behind recent failures and ensure their business model is robust enough to withstand the challenges ahead,” says Conor McElhinney, partner with McGrathNicol. Read the full article here.
Traff1k D1g1tal has become one of the country’s latest international success stories, proving you can start a global business from almost any corner of the world.
A Christchurch shopping centre will host a New Zealand-first Sensory Movie Day for children with autism and other sensory processing disorders.
ICBC announces it wants to fund more New Zealand infrastructure, citing bridges, railways, motorways, schools and utility power and water services.
Steve Ellingford, centre manager at Bayfair Shopping Centre, and Jonathan Armstrong, Divisional Asset Manager – Retail at AMP Capital, speak about the importance of accessibility in the business world.
Kevin Smee, CEO at MySolutions talks about the advantages of having a ‘family board’ when it comes to managing finances.
Hamilton student Mahonri Owen trials his brain-controlled prosthetic hand technology on TV3 Story’s Duncan Garner.
Nigel from Jobdone speaks to the NZ Herald about how the app enables farmers to save time and money.
Perpetual Guardian, which embarked on a series of acquisitions over the past three years, plans to list its shares publicly by the end of 2016 in a $150 million initial public offering.