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After nine years in the insulation industry, Taimus Ritai made the bold move to change his career path and is now using his accounting degree to help his iwi. Taimus Ritai was one of three to be awarded with the BDO Sir Henare Ngata scholarship.
Erutini Paringatai-Walker from Te Araroa is one of this year’s winners of the BDO Sir Henare Ngata Scholarship for Māori accountants. Mr Paringatai-Walker will begin his internship with BDO this year. He will also receive $7500 worth of financial assistance for study-related costs, registration...
Top accounting firm BDO has revealed its winners of the BDO Sir Henare Ngata Scholarship for Māori accountants. The intent behind the scholarship was to encourage more Māori to get into accounting professions as they are largely under-represented, making up only 2 per cent of accountants in New...
BDO New Zealand wins NZ National Partner of the Year in the 2021 New Zealand Xero Awards. Congratulations to all winners!
The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly brought about a new wave of thinking in terms of how working New Zealanders envisage their ideal workplace environment to now look like. The new buzzword is “hybrid working” - driven by an increased desire to strike the right balance between home and the office...
Omicron is proving a challenge for businesses faced with staff absence and supply disruption. Andrew Ashton looks at what those challenges mean for business continuity and why it's more important than ever for businesses to focus on core functions in order to ‘make the mahi matter'.
Affleck O'Meara Limited, Southern Lakes and Central Otago Chartered Accountancy firm are to join the BDO network from April 4, 2022 – a key pillar in fulfilling the firm's growth strategy and offering local clients access to leading professional services.
New Zealand is the most highly-franchised country per capita in the world and this year’s Awards reflected the wide appeal of franchising, with finalists coming from a diverse spread of cities and towns across New Zealand.
A Wellington social enterprise that supports women refugees to find jobs has won a $25,000 prize in an inaugural national competition for not-for-profits.