New year, new outlook: Building a business plan
29 January, 2019 by Jen Scouler,
The New Year is a time associated with big resolutions, ambitious dreams and lofty goals. For entrepreneurs and company leaders, it’s also the perfect time to examine their business plans. Find out how to get started, and what you should be including
A new invention by company Manta5 embarks on unusual terrain, with a hydrofoil electric bike that planes across water. We spoke to CEO, Greg Johnston, about the Manta5 bike and his approach to planning.
Deloitte partner, Andrew Gibbs, spends his weeks traversing the country, supporting and advising agricultural businesses. Bite-Size News spoke to him about the unique qualities of farming organisations, and how he helps leaders to plan for the year a
The Festival of Growth: Disruptive Business
The age of tradition is over - innovative young companies are finding new ways to disrupt the status quo and challenge established brands. In this article, we look at the strength of disruption and its lasting effect on business approach.
The Science of Innovation: Michelle Dickinson at Christchurch's Deloitte Private Club
Noted nanotechnologist, researcher and entrepreneur, Michelle Dickinson gave a fascinating talk at the recent Christchurch Deloitte Private Club. We caught up with her to discuss her work so far and the barriers to innovation.
Creating a world first product isn’t something that many companies can claim, but Blue River Dairy harnessed innovative thinking from their Invercargill base to craft something brand new. We talked to Marketing Manager, Gareth Lyness, about the compa
Deloitte partner, Melissa Collier, has a wealth of experience of working with clients, both large and small. We caught up with her to discuss her new involvement with the Deloitte Private space, and a recent exciting trip to visit the tech entreprene
Southbase Construction took the top spot on the Fast 50 Master of Growth index last week. We spoke to Chief Financial Officer, Leon Brazier, to discuss Southbase Construction’s Fast 50 success and his team’s approach to running a national company.
Promising savings on electricity, power company Electric Kiwi took the number one place on the 2018 Fast 50 index. We spoke to CEO Luke Blincoe, to discuss his thoughts on the festival, the immediate effects of being a Fast 50 winner and the importan
Taking the Fast 50 Rising Star crown this year was parking app company, Parkable, a digital solution to Auckland’s congested spaces. After their win, we spoke to CEO Toby Littin to discuss Parkable’s success and his priorities for a fantastic busines