"New Zealand Government Money Is Available For Your Small Business"

Find what funding programmes you qualify for

Take one minute to learn how much money your NZ small business may be able to receive in government grants and/or loans.

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Where is/where will your business be located?
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Personal information
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Business ambitions
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Revenue generated in the last 2 years
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Which of the following industries best describes your business?
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Financing needs
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Are you planning to take up, or are already getting, an Enterprise Allowance?

Choose from many available funding types

New Zealand entrepreneurs looking for funding for their small business should look into a grant, loan, or other form of financial assistance. This money can help with training employees, buying equipment, moving, research, and reach other objectives. Our independent research organization provides valuable small business resources that may help you improve your small business.

Your government is working to support entrepreneurs

Various New Zealand government agencies have set aside monies for funding programmes, such as grants and loans, earmarked for financing small businesses like yours. Because our firm is not affiliated with the government we can offer unbiased advice to help eligible entrepreneurs start-up or grow their business.

Use government money to get your business going

Take advantage of the available government grants and small business loans to pursue the money you need. Knowing where and how to apply gives you a real advantage. Our research firm can help you get information on government money to start up a new business, or give existing businesses a boost. See examples of grants and loans recipients from your area in the grant recipients section.

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