Invest Shenzhen Report

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Wellington, 30 March 2015 Auckland, 31 March 2015 Background: Alexander PR was briefed to create stakeholder and media events in Wellington and Auckland in March 2015 to support an 11-strong delegation from Invest Shenzhen, a department of the Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government. The New Zealand visit was part of a wider South Pacific tour that aimed to build business, civic …

First Cars, Now Dogs

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Bayfair Sets Another Industry Standard with a New Form of Parking. While their owners visit the centre, the management team made a move thus far unprecedented in New Zealand by installing dog parking,

Senior Trust Retirement Village Listed Fund Lists on NZX

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Senior Trust Management Limited, the manager of the Senior Trust Retirement Village Listed Fund, is pleased to announce that its latest fund is now listed and its units quoted on the NZX Main Board. The fund, a unit trust, makes loans to carefully selected, well located and soundly run retirement villages and aged care facilities. Senior Trust limits loans to …

Smartpay adds new features to Till2Go, the must have app for businesses on the move

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Small business owners were gifted a major technological advantage in mid-2014 when Smartpay launched Till2Go, the free point-of-sale (POS) app that allows iPads and smartphones to operate as mobile cash registers. To date, the Till2Go app has been downloaded from the Apple app store more than 1,000 times, with users able to abandon clunky cash registers and take payments, keep sales records and issue email receipts at the touch of a button.

Andrew Barnes on Breakfast TV1

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  Philanthropy New Zealand unveiled its Giving New Zealand report at a Who’s Who philanthropy event at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology. It revealed a boom in people leaving money to charities in their wills, with a 29 per cent growth in the value of bequests to charities, up from $122 million in 2011 to $157m in 2014. Liz …