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1004, 2019

Vocational changes risk disruption

四月 10th, 2019|

ITOs are delivering what employers need in the workplace, so why change? asks Careerforce chief executive Jane Wenman. Every day, hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders are being looked after by a dedicated workforce committed to giving them the quality of care they deserve. From rest-homes to community homes, [...]

904, 2019

The new New Flavour is back with a refurbishment and menu refresh

四月 9th, 2019|

This week Silvereye client New Flavour Auckland made it to the front page of Metro Magazine following their resoundingly successful restaurant relaunch.  By Alex Blackwood | Apr 9, 2019 New Flavour is back and as good as ever, with a newly truncated menu to help diners avoid becoming overwhelmed by [...]

304, 2019

My immigration interview turned into a video shoot

四月 3rd, 2019|

The second piece in Silvereye Communications Executive Libby English's series of posts with the China New Zealand Year of Tourism, documenting her year studying Chinese at Peking University. This month Libby learns to expect the unexpected!  Six weeks into my time here in China and I am still finding myself [...]

1203, 2019

Moving to China is like going to the moon

三月 12th, 2019|

Silvereye Communications Executive and China Correspondent Libby English is studying an intensive Chinese language course at Peking University for 12 months. Read on for the first in a series of posts with the China New Zealand Year of Tourism, sharing her experiences as a Kiwi studying in Beijing.  Moving to [...]

2801, 2019

4 Proactive Tips For Developing A Stellar Crisis Management Strategy

一月 28th, 2019|

With business back as usual, there’s no better time to review your organisation’s public relations and crisis management plan and ensure you start 2019 on the front foot. Here we share four simple PR recommendations to prepare your business in 2019.

2211, 2018

Bank of China’s now been open for business in NZ for four years

十一月 22nd, 2018|

Bank of China celebrated four years on Wednesday since opening its doors in New Zealand and is promising to "continue to leverage our cross-border advantages to promote bilateral economic and trade cooperation". The bank says its total NZ assets stand at NZ$2.23 billion (at 30 September 2018). Loans and advances have [...]