We focus on improving the well-being of New Zealanders by supporting our economy to become more productive, resilient and sustainable. We use our expertise in funds management, tourism, major events, firm-level investment, SMEs, digital technology impacts and other priority sectors to support the government’s objectives.
The Events Transition Support Payment (ETSP) scheme was designed to provide assurance to organisers of large-scale events, so they could continue organising our much anticipated events over 2022.
This support package helped to revive economic, social and cultural activities in New Zealand’s largest city over the summer of 2021/2022 and provided relief to those in hardship.
Enabling a low emissions circular economy with a sustainable bioeconomy for Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Economic Plan describes the Government’s vision for a productive, sustainable and inclusive economy. It articulates the key economic shifts we need to make to improve the wellbeing and living standards of all New Zealanders.
Achieving a low emissions Aotearoa New Zealand that is better for everyone.
Ki te kotahi tātou, ka taea tātou te ārai atu i ngā mate āhuarangi i runga i te tōritenga me te kauawhinga. Mā ngāi Māori tonu tātou e ārahi.
We have established a Just Transitions Unit to help share and coordinate the work of transitioning New Zealand to a low emissions economy.
The Government has launched a new approach to industry policy, aimed at growing more innovative industries in New Zealand and lifting the productivity, sustainability and inclusivity of our key sectors.
The Government is enabling New Zealand to become a thriving digital nation — where our people, businesses and government are all using technology to drive innovation, improve productivity, and enhance quality of life for all New Zealanders.
We support the continuing success of New Zealand as a destination for screen activity, including film, television, digital effects and post-production work.
Government is investing in regionally focused initiatives to enhance economic development opportunities. Kānoa - Regional Economic Development & Investment Unit (Kānoa - RDU) has been established to support delivery of these commitments. We also have a suite of Regional Economic Activity Tools that present social and economic data on our regions.
The Sectors Reports Series and the New Zealand Sectors Dashboard provides up-to-date information on all the industry sectors that make up the New Zealand economy.
The Government works in partnership with the event sector to support New Zealand’s growing reputation as an attractive destination for major events of global significance.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is pleased to share with you our Long-term Insights Briefing: 'The future of business for Aotearoa New Zealand: An exploration of 2 trends influencing productivity and wellbeing – purpose-led business and use of blockchain technology'. Thank you to everyone who shared their knowledge and insights to inform the development of the Briefing.
A report comparing Ngāi Tūhoe’s interpretation of the economy against orthodox economic frameworks, by economist Shamubeel Eaqub (of Sense Partners).