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When to Sell Your Business: Is There a Right Time?

There is no set-in-stone right or wrong moment to sell your business. Ultimately, after spending years of your time and energy on its success,...

Tohunga Whakairo Rākau Clive Fugill recognised

After nearly six decades at the New Zealand Māori Arts & Crafts Institute, Tohunga Whakairo Rākau (Master Carver), Clive Fugill was recently made a...

POLAR PURSUIT: Conquering the Arctic in the quest for Peak Potential

This month, Bay Business News columnist Freddie Bennett is undertaking the world’s toughest, coldest ultramarathon.

Unique spaces made for great events

In the heart of Tauranga, The Historic Village weaves a tapestry of history and community spirit, transcending the ordinary to become a hub of...

Celebrating the tastier side of life in tough times

What should you do when you have a region which is rich in horticultural abundance, where innovation and the desire to stand out are...

Farmer Autovillage expands

Farmer Autovillage has hit 2024 firing on all cylinders, by announcing it has opened a brand-new service centre in Pāpāmoa. The perfect addition to its...

Lodestone Energy begins construction

Lodestone Energy, New Zealand’s leading utility-scale solar energy company, held a ground-breaking ceremony in December in Waiotahe to mark the start of construction of...

Art trail happening across the region

The BOP Open Studios art trail weekend promises a captivating experience for art enthusiasts and creativity seekers alike. Set to unfold from February 23 to...

University replaces more than half of its fleet with EVs  

Scope one emissions expected to drop by more than 180 tonnes annually The University of Waikato is replacing more than half its existing vehicle fleet with...

Focusing on Infrastructure

With the new government now installed and numerous local infrastructure projects at various stages of planning and completion, Bay of Plenty Business News’ David...

New Year greetings

With the arrival of 2024, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all Business News readers a happy and prosperous new year. 2023...
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AN OPEN LETTER: Concerns about the sustainability of your corporate fleet

Dear Business Owners and Decision Makers, I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing on behalf of the car sharing industry, dedicated to...

Cloudland, TMG merger: Tauranga-based Oriens Capital welcomed as a shareholder

Leading IT platform and managed service providers Cloudland and TMG have announced their merger. While both brands will continue to operate under their established...

Living the dream: you and me both

“We live in one of the greatest places in the world. And I have one of the best jobs in the world – though...

2023: THE YEAR IN REVIEW

As 2023 draws to a close there remains a pervasive feeling of uncertainty and nervousness amongst Bay of Plenty businesspeople. There are on-going challenges...

Corporate giving made easy with the Acorn Foundation

More than 14 local businesses – large and small – are choosing to give back to the community via the WBOP’s Community Foundation: the...

Wai Ariki lauded with highest honour at design awards

Rotorua’s new luxury spa, Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa, has been nationally recognised for its eye-catching, innovative design, winning three accolades in this...

Spotlight on Rotorua businesses

It was an evening filled with excitement, inspiration, and achievement at the Energy Event Centre, celebrating a “Rotorua Special” at the Tompkins Wake Rotorua...

New board announced for Tauranga Business Chamber

Jamie Lunam – Chair Jamie has been a local SME business leader across several organisations and industries in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato for...

Business confidence in Rotorua soars by nearly 50% – promising trend...

RotoruaNZ, in collaboration with the Rotorua Business Chamber, has released the fourth Rotorua Business Pulse Survey results, highlighting the evolving sentiments of Rotorua’s business...

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