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Tech Safe was selected by the New Zealand Government to deliver a programme to improve the cyber-security of businesses to help them meet the objectives of the government’s cyber security strategy
Coriolis Australia & New Zealand are the leading Australasian management consulting firm specialising in the wider food value chain.
Norris Echetebu LawWe are New Zealand's only US law firm, providing US legal advice to Kiwi companies exporting to the US. We provide specialist advice and representation in the establishment of US subsidiary companies and international...
Based in the multicultural business hub of Shanghai, HI-COM is a multilingual communication expert, providing a variety of language based services, including translation, subtitling, interpreting, and copywriting.Working with more than 35 language pairs, HI-COM...
MESSE REPS. & TRAVELis the representative in New Zealand for trade fairs organised by Koelnmesse, Messe Düsseldorf and Messe MünchenIn the ever changing business world, trade fairs or exhibitions are one of the most effective mediums for establishing and...
The research was conducted between 13 September and 10 October. The profile of respondents included representatives from all
areas of the country, with Auckland representing 47%, Wellington 11%, Rest of the North Island 27%, Christchurch 10% and Rest
of South Island 5%.
The 2015 Exporters Survey was in the field between August and September 2015. There were 205 responses with the majority identifying themselves as manufacturers (49%) with the second biggest category…
The 2014 Exporters Survey was in the field between August and October 2014. There were 124 responses with the majority identifying themselves as manufacturers (69%) with the second biggest category being from the Agriculture, Forestry or Fishing sectors, 11%.
Creating a sustainable source of equity funding for regional New Zealand corporates, that will promote growth and enrich all stakeholders, including investors, investee companies and the communities in which they operate.
Market Access and regulatory specialised consultant services for manufacturers and exporters in the animal products, processed food and beverage and animal feeds export sectors.
Waka Kuaka brings food and animal product businesses the expertise they need to facilitate business planning through a greater understanding and clarity of market access and export processes applying to your particular product range. Kathy Lloyd brings years of experience and success working in government on behalf of New Zealand exporters, and can help you manage the regulatory side of export and import processes, and build relationships and confidence in engaging with regulatory authorities in New Zealand and overseas. Kathy’s vision is to add value to your business both through reducing costs of uncertainty, delays and overseas rejections, and by growing your business confidence and capacity.
Whether you’re a small, medium or large business, new to exporting, new products or new markets, or simply want to build capacity of technical teams, Kathy is keen to hear from you. Contact her to discuss your particular needs and how she can help your business reach your export goals.
Take advantage of the economic cooperation agreement with Taiwan. Any tariffs have been slashed and will be zero very soon. Check out the opportunities on this very helpful website to find the connections you need to do business.
China is the world’s largest e-commerce market. The number of online shoppers in China surpassed 417 million in 2015, hitting $590 billion USD in online retail transactions. Not only has online shopping grown more than 12 times over the past five years, e-commerce contributed almost 30% of China’s GDP growth in 2015. With online sales growing at a rate of over 50% per year, it’s no wonder every economy in the world is analysing China’s booming e-commerce industry, with a hope of tasting a slice (or two) of the growing pie.