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When life gives you lemons, pivot.

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The world of work has been transformed this year and the only way forward is to adapt. Here are two businesses who rejigged their offering to keep the invoices rolling and experienced great success.
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The COVID-19 lockdown has got us thinking about ways we can provide extra support at this time for our clients.
There is support available for businesses through the COVID-19 Business Advisory Fund and we offer these two services that are registered with the COVID-19 Business Advisory Fund:

• Cash Flow & Finance
• Business Continuity

Businesses may be eligible to receive funding for a registered service as part of the COVID-19 Business Advisory Fund. Find out more by visiting www.regionalbusinesspartners.co.nz

Disclaimer: The information in this article is of a general nature only, and is not intended to address specific circumstances of any particular individual or entity. Specific advice should be sought from qualified professionals prior to relying on any information received from this article. 

10 minute webinar by Graham Scott

We are about 1½ weeks into the Coronavirus lockdown, and many business people are facing some pretty hard business decisions over the next few weeks. From talking with our clients, we know the question on some business owners' minds is "Should I close my business?"
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R&D – is it for me?

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Are you looking to take your business to the next level? Introduce new revenue streams? Dig deeper into the science or technology behind what you do?  Read more…

Today’s apprentice is tomorrow’s foreman

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Why apprenticeships work so well
With New Zealand's construction industry going ballistic, a lot of construction companies are looking to hire new staff. Do they stick with their subbies, bring in qualified builders or take on an apprentice? Stefan Cammell, owner of Cammell Projects in Queenstown believes it's an employer's responsibility to upskill the next generation and take on apprentices.
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Grow with the (cash) flow

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Steady cash flow is the fuel that powers your business, but when you're busy doing a million things at once it can easily slip to the bottom of the priority pile. Here are some tips to keep the cash flowing while you're growing:  Read more…

My Food Bag shares growth tips and tricks

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Cecilia and James Robinson founded My Food Bag in March 2013 with Masterchef winner and dietician Nadia Lim, her husband Carlos Bagrie and former Telecom chief executive Theresa Gattung. Read more…

Handling your growing pains


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Expanding your business can be exciting, but if you grow too fast – and without adequate planning – you could face major problems.  Read more…

Putting some structure into your business

Your business and your team are growing, and you can't be everywhere at once. Sound familiar? It might be time to rethink your organisational structure.  Read more…

Business culture tied to business performance

While it's easy to think of business culture as a bit soft compared with, say, achieving sales, in fact it's anything but. A 2014 study reported that public companies named in a "Best Places to Work" list in 2009 outperformed the S&P 500 by 115 percent in the following five years.
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