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The inaugural KPMG Enterprise Report
KPMG partnered with Colmar Brunton to conduct quantitative and qualitative research; conducting workshops and in-depth interviews, looking at how to grow New Zealand’s future prosperity.
James & Wells
Innovation poses big challenges for any business. For most SMEs, it is enough of a struggle trying to survive in a competitive market and generate a profit commensurate with the effort and risk, without the significant drain in time, effort and resources that research and development involves.
Global VC activity for 2015
The Venture Pulse Report 2015 is a comprehensive analysis of global venture capital activity by continent and industry. It analyses USD $128 B in VC investment. It looks at many trends including large companies becoming the customers of startup companies as a pathway to growth and new markets.
Chartered Accountants Association / future inc panel discussion focused on disruptive innovation and the impact of future technology on work, education and the economy.
Exploring New Zealand’s on-off relationship with turning innovation and creativity into commercial, scaled, export businesses, these videos provide kiwi innovators with key tips for success.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
China is now New Zealand's number one export destination. While agribusiness, services and smart manufacturing solutions all feature, unsurprisingly food and beverage - New Zealand's largest category in China - has the most representation.
Bill Gross has founded a lot of startups, and incubated many others — and he got curious about why some succeeded and others failed.
Henri Eliot offers his top tips on how you can brush up on your directorship brand to secure your first or additional board roles.
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