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April/May 2020 Edition

Reach your customers where they hang out

The generational divide doesn’t just apply to the climate change debate and views on whether children should ask permission before leaving the table at...

Premier local Bay artists are recognised

The winners of Tauranga’s premier art award, have been announced, with the 2020 Miles Supreme Award going to local artist Israel Randell for her...

Top 10 tips to keep your business running smoothly

I am often surprised with new clients at how little they know about their business – even such simple facts as what their monthly...

Three compelling reasons why franchisees should follow the system

It should perhaps be obvious or assumed that when someone decides to buy or establish a franchised business that they will follow the system,...

Inland port hubs shaking up industrial sector

Bold inland port developments around the country are shaking up the industrial sector and bringing new efficiencies to the fast-evolving supply chain market. These intermodal...

Young professionals bring fresh governance perspective

The traditional image of the boardroom table being surrounded by people in middle-age and older, is increasingly becoming outdated. The modern boardroom is about...

Buying in uncertain times

A quote often used in relation to the stock market, is: “Buy on the sound of cannons, sell on the sound of trumpets.” It means that savvy investors will buy...

2degrees confirms its support of customers

2degrees has outlined its approach to customer care in response to the impacts of Covid-19. CEO Mark Aue reassured customers that its mobile and broadband...

Help at hand for small businesses facing economic effects of Covid-19

Help is at hand for New Zealand’s more than 480,000 small businesses grappling with how to keep afloat during the changing economic environment caused...

Positivity and good information crucial

March has certainly been interesting month. In the Bay we’ve gone from being flat out, with concerns about how we’ll cope with growth, to...

Be scared – or be prepared

Billy Connolly once said “there is no such thing as bad weather, only a bad choice of clothes”. While that’s a typical Connolly quip,...

Bay company makes the cut in global agri-tech list

Making the cut in a list of the top 50 global agri-tech companies is likely to pay big dividends for Bay of Plenty company...

Business After Five hosted by accountants Maisey Harris & Co

Networking photos from the Business After Five event hosted by accountants Maisey Harris & Co at Base Station, Tauranga. Photos by Laval Photo & Video

April 2020

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