Welcome to our December In the Chamber update. We hope you're able to treat yourself to the time you deserve with family and friends this Christmas break! Read on to find out what's going on a the Chamber as we close out the year and move into 2021.
To help keep your exports moving over the holidays, we will still be open and operating over the break. Check out our hours here.
Many New Zealanders’ perception of waste management is of piled up landfills hounded by circling seagulls!
The reality, as highlighted by Waste Management winning the Supreme Business Excellence Award at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2020 – South & East region, is far different.
Food-kit leaders Woop have been recognised for their super star growth trajectory. After smashing their targets in a competitive market, they were awarded the top award at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards in the Central region.
Woop was named Supreme Business Excellence winner at the Central Gala dinner last month, after showing incredible commitment and innovation.
Welcome to our November In the Chamber update. Read on to find out how we can support you as we close out the year.
Following the announcement of an Auckland CBD Covid case, we have information on the Leave Support Scheme available HERE.
It could safely be said that not many businesses entered lockdown as spectacularly as Skydive Auckland. Their staff jumped into Waiheke Island for the day!
It was the last day of work before New Zealand’s first lockdown in March. “As uncertain as the lockdown was, it was great to end on such a high note,” says Skydive Auckland’s Marketing Manager Jo Austin.
Welcome to the October 2020 update of In The Chamber. This month we look at the recent election, the inevitable effects Brexit will have on trade and how we're working to continue our support for New Zealand business in the coming months.
Read on to find out what's been happening in the Chamber, how you can participate in our various events and what support you can find for your business.
Running a business has its challenges. Many business owners have some strengths, but they also often have gaps in the skills needed to succeed. This is where making use of a mentor can make a real difference.
‘Start-ups and SMEs can be hard work when you’re sitting at the kitchen table or alone in the garden shed. That’s why GridAKL was set up to bring people and ideas together.’
Very few light bulb moments happen in isolation. Ideas take off by bouncing concepts around with like-minded people. That’s really the crux of GridAKL - a place and community designed to help businesses make their next move.
The Auckland Business Chamber is a great advocate of best practice in business – such as networking with other expert subject-matter businesses. Energise is one such business that specialises in social media marketing. So when we wanted to share a blog about social media for small business, social media for business growth and thought leadership, what better resource could we utilise than our close networking partner - and provider of expert business advice – Energise.