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It's not often a company claims its product will last more than a century.
One million dollars worth of support to five lucky small businesses.
Kiwi John Webster has a business making Japanese-style charred wood cladding in Rotorua.
When Hangarter's work dried up overnight he recreated his business to fit a Covid world.
Kiwi jewellery maker talks about her invitations to New York and Paris Fashion Weeks.
Labour shortages are said to be a bigger danger for business than Covid alert levels were.
Arturo Luna on acquiring a food business just before New Zealand's nationwide lockdown.
Businesses around Auckland's famed Karangahape Road are facing yet more financial woe.
How a migrant got 15,000 Aucklanders using his app in seven months.
Hamish Donkers explains how his friend's trip overseas inspired his e-commerce business.
Sector says investment in digital skills training encouraging, but doesn't go far enough.
Kiwis are finally able to travel to the Cook Islands without having to quarantine.
Developers laughed when she first suggested a school communication app 10 years ago.
Gary Singh explains how a initial setback turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
Former nurse says raise will enable her firm to grow its distribution.
Business ownership is said to be 'seven times more profitable' than the NZ sharemarket.
Xero Small Business Index now sits at 122, up from a low of 18 last year.
Four out of five small business owners can't sell up at retirement time.
Natalie Procter says lockdowns gave her time to realign her personal values and brand.
Martin Steel-Brown says tiny gardens are the latest trend to hit New Zealand.
Hospitality industry data shows the impact of the bubble opening.
Business has been tough since Covid-19, and now, Bean Merchant doesn't turn a profit.
New research shows just 6 per cent of small firms have had export plans stalled.
Snack food company says it has reached production capacity as demand grows.