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404, 2018

3 ways to revitalize your digital marketing program

April 4th, 2018|

Ever hit a performance plateau? Contributor Elizabeth Laird looks at three ways to jumpstart your marketing efforts when you’re stuck and spinning your wheels. One of the joys of digital marketing is the ability to quickly see the results of an implemented strategy.  With a lot of real-time data and [...]

2903, 2018

RBNZ registers Bank of China as a bank

March 29th, 2018|

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand(RBNZ) announced today it had registered the Bank of China to provide banking services to Kiwis. Bank of China is incorporated in the People’s Republic of China and will operate in New Zealand as a branch. A New Zealand subsidiary of the Bank of China – [...]

2803, 2018

Is NZ’s transition to a living laboratory for blockchain a good thing?

March 28th, 2018|

New Zealand is becoming a global blockchain centre, FintechNZ general manager James Brown says. NZ is a living laboratory for global tech developments and inventions and Kiwis are producing blockchain businesses that have a global marketplace, he says. Brown states, “There are a growing number of blockchain launches involving Kiwi [...]

2603, 2018

Cop’s attempt to swim across the Cook Strait halted by weather

March 26th, 2018|

A Taranaki senior sergeant's attempt to become the first serving police officer to swim the Cook Strait has been put on hold by some shifty weather. Karley Hunt was set to try the swim on Saturday, in a bid to raise funds for her local Blue Light charity, which creates [...]

1503, 2018

Govt considering freedom camping shake up

March 15th, 2018|

It's not just a "free lunch" for tourists as politicians get responsible around camping.   Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis met with mayors from around the country this morning in Wellington to discuss freedom camping and has announced a working party on the issue. It will look at existing tourism infrastructure, [...]

603, 2018

2018 Co-operative Business Leaders’ Forum

March 6th, 2018|

Environmental and economic sustainability dominate Environmental and economic sustainability shared the agenda at our second annual Co-operative Business NZ Leaders’ Forum in late February at Auckland’s Fonterra Centre. In his keynote address, cabinet minister Hon. David Parker (pictured) – whose portfolios include economic development, trade and export growth, and the environment [...]