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In 2002, Roger Syme, now Managing Director of Prime Joinery, decided to buy a small joinery business in Christchurch. Twenty years and a lot of hard work later, that business now has four branches and sees in excess of $14 million turnover a year.
BDO is delighted to be the naming rights sponsor of the BDO Mid-Market Equity Transaction of the Year Award at the INFINZ Awards
Climate change, artificial intelligence and trade with China were among the biggest themes coming out of the World Economic Forum in Davos last week.
Mandatory reporting for climate-related disclosures is now in effect. Affected entities are required to disclosure according to the standard for accounting periods that start on or after 1 January 2023.
The New Zealand Government recently announced a range of proposed tax changes, including some significant updates to how tax works in the gig and sharing economy.
On 30 November, BDO’s Eyes on Tax Iain Craig and Mark Lodder held a webinar to take us through the most recent tax changes and what they mean for New Zealand businesses.
Your storefront is about creating an experience for your customers that delights them – one that they look forward to going into and will make the effort to engage with in-person.
Paringahau Station has been in the Holdsworth family for 120 years – it’s the goal of owner Jasper Holdsworth to have it stay in the family for another 120 years. That’s why ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) and sustainability are central to Paringahau’s operations.
In ‘Riding the wave of uncertainty: New Zealand perspectives on the Global Risk Landscape Report’, we’ll help you understand and mitigate the greatest risks facing New Zealand businesses today.