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May/June 2020 Edition

Tabak Business Sales celebrates 20 years

Tabak Business Sales recently celebrated its 20th year of business brokering with an anniversary function at the Tauranga Club. Invited guests included many accountants, lawyers,...

IP strategy and portfolio management during a crisis

The shock of COVID-19 to the business community has been sharp and severe. The lockdown in New Zealand has challenged all businesses, and the...

We need to help business lead the recovery

I think there’s been remarkable collective discipline through the lockdown. New Zealanders by and large saw what was happening overseas, and thought, “we’ll put our best foot forward” and they did.

Time to crack on with infrastructure

In early February, when I was asked to speak at the 2020 City Leaders Lunch, COVID-19 wasn’t on many people’s radar.

Kiwifruit season progressing well

New Zealand’s kiwifruit industry is known for its collaboration and amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19, this season’s efforts have been no different.

How to adapt to remote working

There are many corporates who have already rolled out working from home programmes and these should have support mechanisms in place. While it is...

Pre-COVID-19 TABAK Business Sales 20th Anniversary networking event

Photos from the pre-COVID-19 TABAK Business Sales 20th Anniversary networking event at the Tauranga Club. All photos courtesy of UNO Magazine.

Resilience and recovery

A snapshot of where the Bay business community is at, with thanks to the Tauranga Chamber of Commerce for its insights. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern...

Keep staff communication open

As we head out of Alert Level 4 and into Level 3, I reflect on the past month. I know that the experiences and...

Franchising can help entrepreneurship renewal

New Zealand, at heart, is a nation of entrepreneurs. The tyranny of distance, added with the old number 8 wire mentality has created many...

Good opportunities likely to come up, but tread carefully

A lot has changed in a few short weeks. Unfortunately, business and consumer confidence will not go back to pre-COVID-19 levels in a hurry....

How to improve recovering your receivables

New Zealand has a large number of self-employed people who have overnight had their income reduced drastically, while their fixed costs of business and...

Gearing up for life after COVID-19

Financial markets have staged a remarkable recovery since the depths of the sell-off a month ago.

Classic Builders notes downstream impact of construction comeback

Thousands of construction workers will be back on the tools from the end of COVID-19 Level 4, playing their “highly important” part in cranking...


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