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NZBusiness+Management

February 2019

NZBusiness + Management With two top business magazines combined into one digital issue, NZBusiness + Management offers a feast of information, inspiration and education for business leaders and owner managers from SME through to corporate. In Management our focus is to inspire New Zealand’s business leaders and the managers of today and tomorrow to succeed in business. NZBusiness was developed specifically for business owners, the editorial content is designed to inform, inspire and educate readers. Feature articles provide more in-depth information whilst profiles and case studies provide inspirational and aspirational content.

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New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Adrenalin Publishing Ltd
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hurdles to leap

Well, here we are in 2019, knocking on the door of another decade.We trust you managed to take a break from your business responsibilities somewhere over the past month or so, because one gets the feeling that there’s a challenging year ahead for the business community.Looking closer to home, away from world events and major international trade developments, one of the first hurdles for business owners and administrators is the switch to payday filing on April 1st. Much has been said about the state of preparedness for this significant event, but, as you can read in our payroll feature this month, it seems the payroll providers are at least confident they are ready for the switch. It’s up to business owners to ensure they’re upholding their side of the…

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at nzbusiness.co.nz this month:

MILLENNIALS AND 'MATURIALS' COMFY TOGETHER NEW ZEALAND EMPLOYERS ARE EVOLVING CONFIDENTLY WHEN IT COMES TO VIEWING BOTH MILLENNIALS AND MORE MATURE EMPLOYEES EQUALLY AS POSITIVELY, A RECENT SURVEY HAS REVEALED. LEADERS RISK VISIBILITY AND GOODWILL NOT BEING ONLINE A NEW INDEX REVEALS NEARLY HALF OF CEOs HAVE NO PUBLIC SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE, PUTTING THEM AT RISK OF REDUCED VISIBILITY AND CONNECTION WITH THEIR BRAND’S AUDIENCE. BUSINESSES URGED TO OVERCOME MISTRUST OF DIGITAL ADS TO COUNTER ONLINE AD FRAUD AND KIWI MISTRUST OF DIGITAL ADVERTISING, HAVE GOOD WEBSITE ANALYTICS AND FOCUS ON TRACKING OUTCOMES LIKE SALES AND LEADS. ■…

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CHRISTCHURCH FIRM’S BIG MILESTONE TWENTY-FIVE YEARS in the metalwork industry providing sheet fabrication services has helped Christchurch business ENI develop a 'can-do' attitude.When John Down launched contract metal manufacturer ENI Engineering in October 1993, it was just him and his business partner from Samoa. The term ‘ENI’ initially, and affectionately, stood for ‘Ebony N’ Ivory’. After John bought his partner out and the business evolved, ‘ENI’ came to represent their core values of ‘excellence and innovation’. Having recently celebrated their 25-year anniversary, ENI now has 70 staff. Several have been with the company almost since the beginning. ENI is proud of its culture and the fact that they’ve nurtured people right out of school, trained them through apprenticeships, and helped them to become contributing members of society.More than 80…

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tips for successful conference catering

Food is an important lifestyle choice today for many people, sometimes it is driven by allergies and other times by dietary, lifestyle, or religious choices. Here are four tips to help you cater for your delegate’s dietary needs. Ask your delegates if there are any dietary needs early on in your conference planning. Food at conferences is always a talking point and knowing in advance will help you make catering choices which will surprise and delight delegates at your event, while being conscious of their needs. Cover food allergies when you ask your delegates as in some circumstances these can be life threatening. Prompt with examples like dairy; nuts; fish & shellfish and wheat/gluten allergies. There are many other common allergies your venue will cater for, if you are…

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flexitax® by tmnz pay provisional tax when you want, not when ird tells you to

It addresses one of the major problems of the provisional tax system – that is, IRD expects tax pre-payments to be made based on methods and dates it sets.These do not always align with how businesses earn their income. But, as you know, IRD will charge interest and late payment penalties if you do not pay what you owe on time.Flexitax allows you to pay your income tax at a time and in a manner that suits you, at an interest cost that is around 30 percent cheaper than what IRD charges on underpaid/ unpaid tax and without having to worry about late payment penalties.WHAT CAN FLEXITAX BE USED FOR?Flexitax can help manage income tax payments for the current tax year or one just completed. It lets you:• Defer…

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crafting untamed spirits

Patsy Bass has completed a remarkable full circle. Born in Reefton (pop. 1000) on the West Coast in 1964, she grew up on the site of the original Monteith’s Brewery.Patsy’s dad was a coal miner, and following the 1968 Inangahua earthquake the family moved to Christchurch because her mum didn’t want her brothers working in the mines.“They were so homesick we came back every school holiday, long weekend, and often times in between, until I was 16,” she recalls. “So I still feel that I grew up here.”Then 15 years ago Patsy and her husband bought a bach on the Coast and spent as much time there as work commitments allowed. Patsy’s skill sets are focused around corporate project and change management, which would serve her well later on…

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