A MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER
At Bay of Plenty Business News we are determined to continue publishing through the Covid-19 lockdown.
We believe it is critical we all continue to have regular information about what’s happening, what business is doing and advice on what you can do and how businesses can help each other to get through.
We believe Bay of Plenty Business News has an important role to play during the crisis by telling other businesses’ stories so that though we may be physically isolated, our businesspeople can feel less socially isolated.
Right now we all need to read the stories and stay up-to-date with developments in the rapidly changing business environment in the region, collaborate and pull together.
Our April issue offers a topical Special Focus feature on Meeting The Challenges of Working From Home as well as an articles such as: Covid-19 – Market Contagion? from regular columnist, Forsyth Barr investment advisor Brett Bell-Booth.
There are also numerous articles and advice on getting through this challenging time.
We have changed how we are working and how we are communicating – above all we are staying safe and want everyone to do the same.
Every Bay of Plenty business PO Box will still receive a copy of the latest issue of Bay of Plenty Business News, but we encourage all business people to minimise their exposure and stay home. Rest assured when you do safely venture out to clear your business PO Box, your issue will be waiting.
But we are committed to making things even safer. As a result we have enlisted the support of our business partners at Tauranga Chamber of Commerce, Priority One, Rotorua Chamber of Commerce and National Business Network to ensure digital copies of the latest April/May issue are available in a digital form from the end of March – over and above those already distributed to our digital subscriber database.
The current issue is only a click away.
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Stay home and stay safe and look out for others in the community who may be struggling.
We’re in this together.
BOP BUSINESS – LOCKED DOWN, BUT NOT OUT