Business development in NZ has solid foundations
Hunia Rangi owns a construction company in Bayview, Auckland -- Complete Build has grown from three two thirty people working for it since it began in 2010. Such growth and business development is not without its pains -- and it certainly doesn't come cheap. < Read more...>
Training can mean as much as government money
Although starting up a business means obtaining the required business financing to do get things up and running properly, having the right sort of training and know-how can be just as important. Karen Aitken, CEO of KA Consultancy Limited came to realize this when she moved to startup a business of her own in 2005. < Read more...>
There is no reason to assume the government would not be willing to offer grants for digital projects as part of a marketing stratgey. The funding might not come under the name digital grants, but rather, be part of grants for marketing or promotion. < Read more...>
The amount of money required for the media project will reveal whether or not the grants issued are sufficient. In many cases, the money issued by the government is more than enough to cover even very costly media projects. < Read more...>
It may be possible for a business that has received funding for a programme to acquire further funds. The basis of whether or not this can occur may be based on the rules of the programme in question. < Read more...>
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