NZBusiness April 2008
DESIGNING UP A STORM
Peter Marshall’s innovative marine accessory system is a classic example of Kiwi ingenuity and sensible design. NZBusiness traces the origin and journey of a product line whose time has come.
COVER STORY: AGENTS FOR CHANGE
This year’s Small Business Expos are selling the ‘S’ word to thousands of
A comprehensive 16-page guide to the Small Business Expo being held at the ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane,
MATTERS OF LAW
The scales of justice are increasingly being loaded with more “compliance requirements”.
Kevin Kevany looks at how this is impacting on the relationship between lawyers and business owners.
10 TECHNOLOGIES TO REV-UP YOUR BUSINESS
Office technology can make a measurable difference to a business’s bottom-line, but small businesses are often unsure what to look for. Vikki Bland highlights ten office technologies to help supercharge efficiency.
TIME TO GET FLEXIBLE
Emma Poyner explains the new Flexible Working Arrangements legislation.
UNLOCKING THE LEADER WITHIN YOU
Effective business leadership is realising that your actions ultimately determine your employees’ performance.
IN A FAST LANE TO
Run The Red is a company that’s quickly going places with its digital mobile marketing technology.
ZERO TOLERANCE FOR POOR PERFORMANCE
Rob McKay suggests it’s time to get tough on poor performing workers.
Fare Game is a young Invercargill company making a name for itself in the high end game food industry.
A HEADS UP ON KIWISAVER
With the introduction of compulsory employer contributions from 1 April, a timely update for business owners.
THE UNLIKELY EVENT
Symantec’s Steve Martin highlights the importance of regular, simple, automated back-ups.
Designing up a storm
Cover story: Agents for change
Matters of law
10 technologies to rev-up your business.
Time to get flexible
Unlocking the leader within you
In a fast lane to
Zero tolerance for poor performance
The unlikely event