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How to protect and grow your nest egg

While it’s known that investing is a great way to get ahead, when you’re considering investing, it can feel like there are too many...

Think globally when it comes to investing

As humans we tend to stick to what we know. We like the familiarity of products and brands that we trust and feel comfortable...

Property Investment: Opportunities abound for growing wealth in 2024

Property Brokers’ regional manager for the Bay of Plenty and South Waikato, Simon Short, believes this is very much a time for investors to look to...

Two golden rules of investing

Jaimee Thomsen and Rohan Graaff are Investment Advisers with Craigs Investment Partners. They share two golden investment rules and their view on the role...
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NEW APPOINTMENTS – June 2024

This month we feature the latest New Appointments in the Bay of Plenty. Stay informed with updates and new faces driving growth in the region’s vibrant business community.

Tauranga Business Chamber’s May BA5 Event

Photography: Salina Galvan Photography Related: Rotorua Business Chamber BA5 with The National Kiwi Hatchery

Mark Wynne – Charting Quayside’s Course Towards a Sustainable Portfolio

In a recent announcement, Quayside Holdings, a Council Controlled Organisation (CCTO), introduced Mark Wynne as its new Board Chair. This appointment affirms Quayside’s commitment...
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Fishy dish snares second award

The people have spoken, with Pāpāmoa café Pearl Kitchen winning a top award during the Flavours of Plenty Festival for the second year in a row.

Arohanoa Mathews – Ngā Toi Māori Navigator

Creative Bay of Plenty | Te Waka Auaha Toi has announced the new appointment of Arohanoa Mathews in the Ngā Toi Māori Navigator role. Arohanoa...

BBN COLUMNISTS

Responsible Franchising: What is it, and is NZ already a world-leading practitioner?

There’s a new phrase that has entered the vernacular of international franchising. It started in the United States, but it’s now used in franchising...

Thank you for your support!

The Tauranga City Council Commissioners would like to take this opportunity to thank the business community for the strong support businesspeople have provided for...

Learning from the past

There has been a groundswell of support from potential candidates as Tauranga gets ready for its first democratic city council election since 2019. Then...

Building a business aligned to values key to success

Susan Northey and Janet O’Shea have a combined 28 years of experience working in real estate in Tauranga. As business owners for Tall Poppy,...
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Rebuilding after a restructure

Whilst restructuring and redundancies are never pleasant, for many organisations they have become necessary to survive in such a challenging financial and business landscape. The...

Has the gloss gone from EVs?

Electric vehicles (EVs), including hybrids and plug-in hybrids, had a favourable financial treatment up until 1 April 2024. The clean car discount which was...

AI: Guidance for business leaders

Why AI matters for your organisation AI is not just a buzzword or hype. It is incredibly powerful technology that is already transforming business processes,...

The power of dreaming big in a small world

The world is getting smaller. The rise of technology combined with the fall of western economies means everything is being scaled-back. Budgets, forecasts, timescales,...