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New requirements for Fog Cannon Subsidy Scheme providers to align with Police’s Retail Crime Prevention Programme 19 June 2023

As part of the $11m increase in funding for the Fog Cannon Subsidy Scheme, MBIE is introducing further requirements for providers.

Government drives $2 billion of business research and development 31 May 2023

The Government’s research and development tax incentive (RDTI) has supported more than $2 billion of New Zealand business innovation – an increase of around $1 billion in less than 9 months.

Brave in Business e-Learning series launched for small businesses 24 May 2023 in partnership with Spark Business Lab have launched the Brave in Business e-Learning series to help the owners and operators of small firms improve their mental health and wellbeing.

New business payments disclosure regime to improve transparency 16 September 2022

A new Business Payment Practices disclosure regime, announced by the Government today, will improve information and transparency around business-to-business payment practices across the economy.

Research and Development Tax Incentive passes $1 billion milestone 25 August 2022

The Research and Development Tax Incentive has reached a key milestone by supporting over $1 billion in research and development activity. This represents $150 million in credits to businesses performing research and development in Aotearoa New Zealand.

The Draft Advanced Manufacturing Industry Transformation Plan released today for public consultation 01 June 2022

Advanced Manufacturing is vitally important for Aotearoa New Zealand. It is a broad and diverse sector and a major contributor to the economy, jobs and communities.

New grants to boost business innovation 26 May 2022

2 new grants to support businesses doing innovative activities are being developed – Ārohia / the Innovation Trailblazer Grant and the New to Research and Development (R&D) Grant.

Businesses to benefit from new electronic invoicing 10 February 2022

Two thirds of Kiwi businesses agree a new way of invoicing will reduce the risk of cyber hacking, cut admin time, speed up payments and improve cashflow, according to research commissioned by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE).