Employee Engagement Strategies
May16

Employee Engagement Strategies

    Three quick tips to combat the winter slumber Paul Kelly of Paul Kelly Motor Company made national headlines when he announced he was taking staff on an all-expensses paid trip to Las Vegas. Get Creative in giving your employees a reason to enjoy themselves this winter and remember why, outside the paradigms of their role, they like working for you and your company, whilst simultaneously boosting morale and activity: 1....

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Why Exporting Matters
May16

Why Exporting Matters

    The global measure of a nation’s prosperity is gross domestic product per head of population, or GDP per capita – the total value of the goods and services a country produces, divided by the total population. It gives a good idea of how wealthy a country’s people are, on average. Successful exporting countries generally have high GDP per capita and a standard of living to match. Wages are high and people enjoy good...

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Smart Money – Seven Crucial Money Mistakes to Avoid
May16

Smart Money – Seven Crucial Money Mistakes to Avoid

    Every year, hundreds of start-up SMEs in New Zealand fail. There are a countless number of factors that contribute to a business venture’s demise, such as failure to understand the market, business plan problems, bad location, poor internet presence and marketing, and even expanding too fast. But perhaps the most lethal contributor to startup failure is an inability to manage business finances correctly. By avoiding...

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7 Ways to Maximise Your Pc’s Performance
Mar28

7 Ways to Maximise Your Pc’s Performance

    When you’re hard at work the last thing you need is for your PC to start playing up. Being hindered by your computer is something most people can relate to. A recent study by Crucial found that the average person’s patience with slow technology lasts 60 seconds before we start to get irritated. Among the top things that cause people most grief, are frozen (47 percent) and slow computers (40 percent). Senior product line...

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Your Guide to Cyber Security

More than 856,000 (or one in five) Kiwis are affected by cybercrime each year, at an estimated cost to New Zealand of $257 million in 2016, according to Microsoft. Breaches in cyberspace are commonplace today and cyber security is becoming increasingly more prioritised by businesses as a result. New Zealand’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) exits to assist nationally significant organisations including government departments,...

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The Power of Pr and Its Benefits to Your Business
Mar28

The Power of Pr and Its Benefits to Your Business

    In business, as in your personal life, reputation is everything. To be a credible player in any industry your reputation plays the biggest part in your success. It ensures your business continues, is the glue between you and your existing clients and creates trust with potential customers. By definition PR is “building a mutually beneficial relationship with a company’s various publics,” with the power to reach large...

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