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Working on a big idea? The R&D loss tax credit could help

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Working on a big idea? The R&D loss tax credit could help

From garden shed tinkerers to software developers, Kiwis have always had the entrepreneurial flair, motivation and the creativity that can turn big ideas into great businesses. But as the business starts to grow, there are times when big ideas can suffer due to lack of funds. That's where the IRD can help.

Idealog's Guide to Wellington

Wellington’s digital heritage and collaborative spirit have combined to make it the perfect spot for tech tinkerers. From game developers to digital agencies, the capital boasts a thriving technology ecosystem. And while Wellingtonians are already more than three times as likely to work in tech than other Kiwis, the demand for skilled workers is growing quickly.

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Nearly 4.5 billion people live in Asia – and the world’s most populous continent is only poised to become more important as the economies of its 48 separate nations continue to develop.

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What’s the secret to helping your business grow? According to Mark Stolten from Flexo, it’s finding the right people to work with that gives you the time to focus on the important stuff.

Idealog's Guide to Wellington

The Weta Group of companies smashed the doors wide open to a world of on-screen imagination and along the way provided the anchor to Wellington’s booming screen and technology sectors. Now, a gaggle of talented Weta offspring are exploring new frontiers as they help turn the capital into a global hotspot for virtual reality.

Idealog's Guide to Wellington

Wellington has just been named one of the world's most liveable cities. And creative types of all stripes are being drawn to the energy of the capital, embracing its vibrant culture and harnessing the booming tech and design sectors. Idealog's Guide to Wellington, which we will be publishing over the next few weeks, shows you why. 

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Spark Lab is on a mission to show that it offers more than just events, so it’s pulled in Sir Ray Avery, Dame Rosanne Meo, Dr Michelle Dickinson (aka Nano Girl) and Eat my Lunch co-founder Lisa King for a new campaign to demonstrate the leadership and mentoring that's on offer to businesses that get involved.