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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
2011 Market Measures survey shows that our highest performing tech firms are succeeding by using a “back to basics” approach to sales and marketing and focussing on a select number of markets with a select number of products.
This guide is part of a Government initiative to help suppliers better engage with government and support good procurement practice. It has been developed under the New Zealand Government Procurement Reform Programme after consultation and discussion with representatives of New Zealand businesses, senior procurement advisers from government agencies, and specialiat advice from Ron Stuart.
ExportNZ is increasing its focus on growing opportunities in Korea by entering a partnership with the Korea New Zealand Business Council (KNZBC).
If you want to enter or strengthen your position in the world’s No.2 economy, it’s important to understand the huge differences between the Chinese and NZ markets. Market research from 66,000 people in 88 cities is now available, covering consumer behaviour, spending, lifestyle and media across all major industry sectors.
Red Bridge Consulting is a consulting agent specialsing in the Chinese market. They provide an advisory service to assist New Zealand companies and organisations to develop new business relationships with China.
Here are ten areas to consider regarding Indian society and culture. Mastering the nuances of culture is of paramount importance to successfully doing business in India. Further, India is a fairly hierarchical society and hierarchy plays a key role in business interactions.
Trade Minister Tim Groser today welcomed a joint New Zealand/South Africa study of trade trends between New Zealand and South Africa. Hon Rob Davies, South African Minister for Trade & Industry, and Mr Groser announced the study results at a meeting in Stellenbosch. “This study shines a light on our trading relationship with South Africa. It underlines the ease and value of that trading relationship, but there is potential to increase our current modest levels of trade” Mr Groser says.
The ‘ProjectConnect’ web site is an online system designed to provide direct web-based communication between buyers and suppliers. It lists procurement opportunities for major Western Australian projects.
Targeting the Australian market? This 61-page publication provides key information and guidance for foreign suppliers seeking to export to Australia.
KATABOLT fast tracks Kiwi companies into overseas markets through relationships, distribution channels and channel partners. KATABOLT has a network of more than 100 high level associates in markets as far afield as North America, Europe, Russia, Asia and Australia. It draws on the international connections made through director Christopher Boys 20 years in international sales, his work as chair of Kea Auckland (the Kiwi Expatriates Association), and KATABOLT’s partnership with the ICEHOUSE, Auckland’s business incubator and development centre.
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