Are you a business owner or exec itching to expand your international expertise? Entries are now open for the 2014 Prime Minister’s Business Scholarships and economic development minister Steven Joyce is encouraging applicants from smaller firms.
Russell Brand exhibits a victim mentality - but if it's western European politics you're interested in, he has a point.
New Zealand company Gyro Technologies has been chosen as one of just 15 startups to pitch to 700-odd investors at the upcoming Cleantech Forum to be held in San Francisco next week.
Our guide to exporting to China and southeast Asia went gangbusters, so our publisher Vincent Heeringa spoke to three experts for their take on doing business in China
Izon Science has completed a £1 million ($2 million) funding round in the UK and is moving its global headquarters from Christchurch to England's Oxford Science Park.
DHL Exported, for established labels to boost their global foothold via an international Fashion Week.
Cookie Time has opened its first international cookie bar in Harajuku Tokyo – the first step in an international strategy to roll out more in Japan and surrounding territories.
New Zealand has successfully signed a trade deal with Chinese Taipei despite the absence of formal diplomatic relations and with the full liberalisation of trade between countries, we can expect an annual duty saving of NZ$75.8 million based on current trade.
Now that we've all gotten used to the concept of rewards crowdfunding, it's time to get up to speed with equity crowdfunding. One Kiwi at the forefront of the equity crowdfunding wave is Peter Thomson, newly appointed chief marketing officer of European equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
The UK New Zealander of the Year 2014 is Eric Tracey, a finance professional who became the first non-British partner in Touche Ross (Deloitte) in 1980.