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As the country stabilises in the new normal, it’s time for construction businesses to find new opportunities for growth and work towards pre-COVID benchmarks.
All of society has been impacted by COVID-19, including not-for-profit organisations.To help you to navigate this ‘new normal’ we have put together some resources that not-for-profit organisations will find useful.
Pre-COVID, the NZ construction industry experienced the longest and strongest period of growth in all of our working lives. Most companies’ balance sheets were the strongest they had ever been so generally we entered this next economic phase in a very strong positionHowever, we are all acutely...
The Government has recently announced additional financial support is to be made available to employers of apprentices through the Apprenticeship Support Programme, from August 2020. One of the new initiatives is called Apprenticeship Boost, which will provide cash assistance to employers of up...
New Zealand’s commercial real estate has been a seller’s market for years, but has it been affected by COVID-19 & the Level 4 lockdown? Learn more from BDO.
The sports & recreation sector has been tackled hard by COVID-19 and in response, the Government announced a $265m recovery package on Sunday 17th May. Over the next four years the Government has indicated that it will invest in three areas. Read more.
Charities operate in a vast range of areas and have unique revenue streams, but are fundamentally businesses. Learn COVID-19’s impact on the charitable sector.
The 2020 financial year has been a strong and profitable year for most. 2021 will be very different due to the ongoing impacts of Covid-19. Read more about some suggested solutions to overcome these challenges.
At the start of this new decade we had experienced the longest and strongest period of growth in the construction sector in our lifetimes. Forecasts were for a continuation of the growth and most businesses had strong committed and anticipated future work. One week into lockdown, the headlines...