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Auckland now an 'untenable' place to be an SMB
Auckland is quickly becoming a nightmare for small businesses that are trying to survive.
"Good on Inland Revenue" for forcing SMBs to adopt tech
"We heard nonsense about it being a stealth tax, a waste of time and a way for the IRD to spy on what goes on within the business," says Vinay Iswar.
Lime scooters: When disruptive businesses fuel controversy
Lime’s ‘act first, ask for forgiveness later’ rollout across cities around the world, Iswar says it has largely minimised regulatory delays and won Lime a staggering amount of publicity.
NZ small businesses struggle with serious debt
NexGen Group says that up to half of New Zealand’s small businesses that produce turnover of less than $1 million struggle with bad debt – and the next month will not be easy.
T'is the season SMBs may close their doors
Too many small businesses will try to keep a sinking ship afloat when really they should be closing up shop.
Tax, tax, and misunderstandings: They could be why many startups fail in just 2 years
“Too many business startup owners try to do it all on their own, so they rely on their own interpretations, or what their mates tell them."
SMEs urged to embrace diversity or risk losing top talent
“If you have an Indian or an Asian name on your CV, you’re up against a brick wall in the small to medium enterprise job market in in New Zealand.”