Annual report 2021/22 – Pūrongo ā-tau 2021/22
Hīkina Whakatutuki | The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s 2021/22 Annual Report is a review of our financial and non-financial performance against our outcomes, priorities and obligations.
Tāwhia tō mana kia mau, kia māia
Ka huri taku aro ki te pae kahurangi,
kei reira te oranga mōku
Mā mahi tahi, ka ora, ka puāwai
Ā mātau mahi katoa, ka pono, ka tika
Tihei mauri ora
Retain and hold fast to your mana, be bold, be brave
We turn our attention to the future,
that’s where the opportunities lie
By working together we will flourish and achieve greatness
Taking responsibility to commit to doing things right
Tihei mauri ora
We strive to Grow Aotearoa New Zealand for All. This means growing an inclusive, sustainable and prosperous New Zealand for today and future generations. Our purpose is underpinned by our five strategic outcomes:
- Prosperous and adaptable people, sectors and regions
- People are skilled and engaged in safe and fulfilling work
- Informed consumers and businesses interacting with confidence
- Value is sustainably derived from the natural environment
- A dynamic business environment fostering innovation and international connections
Note: Throughout this report, we use both ‘Aotearoa New Zealand’ and ‘New Zealand.’
This web version of the Annual report 2021/22 consists of an extract of financial and non-financial performance information from the full official Annual report 2021/22.
The official electronic version of the Annual report 2021/22 is provided in PDF format below. We may also publish this document in other electronic formats to improve the accessibility of our information. While these alternative formats may have minor presentation changes, we make every effort to ensure the information is accurately converted.
In this section
E tino harikoa ana au ki te tāpae i te Pūrongo Ā-Tau 2021/2022 a Hīkina Whakatutuki.
It gives me great pleasure to present the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) 2021/22 Annual Report.
MBIE is a large ministry with broad responsibilities that touch on the daily lives of New Zealanders in many ways.
The five outcomes in our Strategic Intentions 2021–2025 set out our contribution to making Aotearoa New Zealand a better place.
Hīkina Whakatutuki is Te Reo Māori for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, hīkina meaning uplift and whakatutuki meaning to move forward, to make successful.
This section of the annual report provides a commentary on MBIE’s 2021/22 financial results and a view of our forecast financial plans for 2022/23.