Volatility in price of Bitcoin raises tax questions
17 June, 2021 Tax planning and structuring
Whether it is high profile twitter users helping drive up the market and then doing an about turn, or Wall Street heavyweights investing, Bitcoin has been making headlines (again). The renewed interest in crypto coupled with the large swings in price
Why this could be a great year to buy or sell a SME business
Now is the perfect time to start thinking about what 2021 might mean for you and your business and whether growth by acquisition, a financial acquisition, or a full or partial exit should form part of your 2021 business planning.
Keep NZ Working - connecting employers and people looking for work
Keep NZ Working is an online platform designed to enable employers with staff whose roles are affected by the pandemic to connect with hiring employers, closing the loop between organisations with a reduced capacity for employees and those with an in
Casting a spotlight on 20 years of Deloitte Fast 50 alumni
As part of the 2020 Deloitte Fast 50, we’ve been privileged to talk to some of New Zealand’s leading entrepreneurs for our blog series.
Building a strong team: The construction companies putting people first
We spoke to Fast 50 alumni Chancellor Construction, North Drill and Cook Brother Construction, whose people-first mentalities make up a central part of their organisations.
A new reality: How digital agencies are responding to COVID-19
For SME website design agency Zeald and social media marketing agency Socialites, the impact of the pandemic led to a patchwork of challenge and opportunity.
Inspiring loyalty: Why profit and purpose aren’t mutually exclusive
Many people are inclined to believe that businesses started as passion projects won’t ever make as much profit. But this isn’t the case – cosmetics brand Ethique and activewear store Cadenshae have both built profitable companies around a strong purp
When it comes to running a business, you never really know what’s around the corner. That’s been a lesson for Fast 50 alum Night ‘n Day, the convenience store franchise whose 30-year history has spanned its fair share of unique and difficult roadbloc
Greenwashing, be gone: Fast 50 companies with sustainability at their heart
Some businesses were promoting the message of sustainability well before it became a boardroom talking point. Fast 50 alumni Kowtow and Ecobags have walked challenging journeys to build sustainable businesses that remain profitable.
Learning the hard way: I Love Ugly’s journey from the top to the bottom and back again
Any founder will tell you starting and growing a business is difficult – nothing great ever came easily. When it comes to challenges, it’s fair to say that I Love Ugly has had its resilience tested a little more than most.