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Update lets businesses manage their listing from Google Search page
Businesses with complete listings on Google are twice as likely to gain customer trust and 38% more likely to attract in-store visits.
Digital marketing startup launches with Xero partnership
“We identified the need for a cost-effective cloud-based marketing solution that let e-commerce and digital marketing work together.”
Portable workstation lets digital nomads customise their workspace
“Agile working can be fragile working if people don’t feel like they can own a workspace which is unique to their needs.”
ANZ awarded best small business bank by CANSTAR
“Specialist business banking is essential for the success of our SMEs and the critical role they play in our economy.”
Rotorua businesses advance into Accelerate programme
More than 100 organisations in Rotorua, Taupo and Kawerau have completed either Firestation’s Incubate and Accelerate since 2014.
New platform helps home buyers find and compare real estate agents
RealEstatePros makes the task of finding and comparing real estate agents in an area simple.
NZ SMEs need to keep up in the e-commerce retail race - Spark
"There is a lot of wasted opportunity for SME growth which translates to lost opportunity for New Zealand."
How SMBs can gain an edge by going mobile
SMBs can implement change quickly because they don’t tend to have long approval processes or multiple layers.
Why businesses get holiday pay wrong - MYOB
Complexity of working arrangements and different business models means a one size fits all approach is not possible.
Aruba delivers business-class Wi-Fi solution for SMBs
The HPE OfficeConnect OC20 is a cost-effective wireless solution designed for businesses without dedicated IT resources.
Social enterprise changing lives over coffee and stroopwafels
The idea behind The Lifeboat is to create highly individualised experiences and interactions; no story is the same as the next.
Learn how to learn, find global opportunities - Xero CEO
Xero CEO Rod Drury invites the crowd Hawke’s Bay Young Professional (HBYP) Speaker Series to question him.
Business, entrepreneurship gurus light up Hamilton event
The Biz events are designed to be specific to the region, with speakers and content tailored to the needs and interests of local businesspeople.
Firefly named finalist in two Westpac Business Awards categories
The digital marketing agency was named a finalist in the Best Emerging Business and Excellence in Marketing categories.
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: 9 Spokes leveraging IBM Watson to give SMBs in-depth business overviews
9 Spokes co-founder Adrian Grant talks about the global solution provider’s exciting plans for AI integration.
Web Werks launches new business hosting plans for small businesses
It is the best platform for emerging companies to pick up the features and flexibility they require to help their development at a reasonable cost.
Exclusive interview: Will software replace accountants with new AIM reporting rules?
Bellingham Wallace director Mike Atkinson talks about the evolution of the accountant’s role, and why SMBs will still need them.
Five ways businesses can gain control of employee expenses and save money
“Implementing an expense management plan is the most useful way organisations can manage employee expenses and ensure appropriate compliance.”
Budget 2017 lets down small businesses and tech sector - Xero
Craig Hudson says we can always be more bullish on championing small businesses, and we need to invest more into technology development.
Are NSW small businesses too confident about their security?
“Going digital can be a fantastic way of growing your business but there's no room for complacency - the risks are real."
SMBs need to have print-and-scan solutions that suit their scale – Y Soft
Implementing the right print-and-scan management solution can help SMBs achieve significant competitive benefits without breaking the budget.
NZ small businesses show solid growth in first quarter of 2017, but skilled labour hard to find
Small businesses have shown the strongest growth outlook in two years in the last quarter, but shortage of skilled labour remains a critical issue.
Rotorua business program ‘Incubate’ helps start-ups take off
“I had some amazing businesses in the programme with me that I could draw off their experience,” McKenzie says.
More small business roadshows to kick off around NZ, Govt says
“Listening to small business is vital, as small tweaks in policy can have an impact."