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The extreme weather events in areas of Te Ika-a-Māui The North Island have affected many businesses. Here’s where you will find information and advice.
If you run a small retail business you may be eligible for a $4,000 subsidy to get a fog cannon installed.
Learn how to focus on what matters most to you and your business and improve your mental and physical wellbeing.
Don't let the name fool you. This template is useful any time you need a full and thorough business plan.
Customise it to suit — this could mean adding in extra sections, or cutting out ones that you don't need.
See how other Kiwi business owners are using digital to boost their business and work smarter. Access free, self-paced training and tools and gain skills to launch your business into the digital world.
Use ONECheck to see if your business name, web domain, trade mark and social media usernames are available — it only takes one search.
Find resources and information to help you and your team look after your mental health and wellbeing.
Tips, tools and visual guides to build and test your skills. These will help fine-tune your business — and make life easier and better for everyone.
Find out how to ID your assets, steer clear of risks, and use planning and stats to grow.
Taking steps to reduce your carbon footprint can help your business in various ways.
Check out the Climate Action Toolbox to find out how you can benefit your bottom line and the planet.
Your business might have more funding options available than you realise. We’ll help you explore the best options.
Tips and tools to help you hire staff with confidence and managing people day-to-day. Check the visual guides, quizzes and the free Employment Agreement Builder.
Find out who to hire and when, how to interview and the costs of taking people on.
Cash flow forecasting is an indicator of your business financial health.
Forecasting your cash flow helps you have better converstations with your bank or advisor.