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Small business: Local booksellers bound together amid online overseas competition
BookHub puts buying locally as a front-and-centre option for NZ book lovers.
Fun, quirky and affordable items make the cut for Hummingbird Designs
Nicole always has a range of affordable and child-friendly items available.
Small business: Mānuka oil producer looking to follow in honey's footsteps
West Coast company bringing the benefits of mānuka to people through oils.
Small business feeling the squeeze on both sides of Tasman - MYOB chief
Watch: Visiting MYOB CEO Paul Robson on economic headwinds for SMEs.
Small business websites offline as Discount Domains hit by ‘network issues’
Thousands could be affected as customers complain about poor communication.
Business confidence heading in right direction - but slowly and only just
ANZ Business Outlook survey for September showed a small improvement in sentiment.
Robertson v Willis: Who is winning over businesses on the campaign trail?
On the Campaign, September 26: The pair went face to face today at a MYOB-NZME debate.
Small business: From burnt-out A&E nurse to waxing specialist
Rubywaxx recently opened its second beauty clinic in Auckland.
'Anything is possible': South Auckland mum of five's inspiring message
Noeleen Tuala always dreamed of owning her own business - now she's made it a reality.
Sneaky Snacky expands despite ongoing economic pressure
The cult burger maker opened its first doughnut shop on Auckland's High St in June.
Czarina Wilson celebrates Aotearoa from the gallery to Glen Innes
There are treasures to be found from a range of artists.
Couple's livelihood at stake after Facebook Marketplace account suddenly shut down
All attempts to contact the tech giant to solve the issue have fallen on deaf ears.
Masala Bazaar breaking the ‘stereotypical lens’ for South Asian women in business
Haya Khan says Masala Bazaar is working to change the "Bollywood representation" of women.
The Power List: Ranking NZ's booze barons and top liquor retailers
With the industry facing further reform, the liquor barons are jostling for position.
Q&A: Harper James founder talks inclusive underwear designs for ‘hardworking women’
Social media has become a core tool for selling the underwear.
Ram raiders hit Michael Hill’s bottom line says annual report
The company spent about $5 million on security measures.
Contactless eftpos plans ahead of legislation changes
Payment provider Worldline is working to get more Kiwis using eftpos.
Spilling the ‘Anxietea’ - Better Tea Co. wins grant
Founder Tamarin Howse started the business in 2018 to manage mental health at work.