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NZECO case study
Family-owned manufacturing business Te Pari enjoyed robust trade with its UK distributor – but co-owner Jeremy Blampied knew exactly what he needed to unlock a huge jump in sales: generous payment terms.
Manufacturing the powerhouse of the NZ economy
The latest research shows the strength of manufacturing inNew Zealand – earning $22 billion in real GDP, employing 250,000 New Zealanders and growing regional economies around New Zealand. Manufacturing media weekly earnings are $959 per week, compared with the NZ economy as a whole – $882 per week. Manufacturing is expanding – and manufacturing is hiring.
Government Procurement, Could do better
We are working hard with MBIE policy staff to make Government Procurement more user friendly for small to medium size (and even large) New Zealand suppliers.
Plans to suspend anti-dumping protection causing concern
There are widespread concerns from NZ industry at the moves to make it OK to dump product in New Zealand (export price to New Zealand is lower than the domestic price of the exporting country).
The better we buy, the easier it is to sell (and serve)
As has been stated by many commentators, a key economic success factor for New Zealand is the ability of our businesses both large and small to germinate, survive and thrive on home shores and overseas.
Sell Direct without selling Directly
Smart guided selling tools are helping manufacturers to increase sales. The end result is a better shopping experience for the consumer and for the retailer.
Getting the most out of apprentices
Does your business train apprentices? If so you may be interested in the draft Code of Good Practice for New Zealand Apprenticeships, which sets out the expectations of everyone involved in an apprenticeship