- Events Transition Support Payment scheme (ETSP)
- Reactivating Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland package
- Startup Advisors Council
- COVID-19 data resources
- Economic Plan
- Equitable Transitions Strategy
- Te Rautaki Whakawhiti Tautika
- Just Transition
- Industry policy
- Digital economy
- Review of Government investment in the screen sector
- Increasing value from government investment in the New Zealand Screen Production Grant
- Summary document: Increasing value from government investment in the New Zealand Screen Production Grant
- The benefits of the New Zealand screen industry
- New Zealand Screen Production Grant
- Economic trends in the screen sector
- Information about the New Zealand Screen Sector
- Growing the food and beverage sector
- Māori economic development
- Regional economic development
- Sector reports series
- Major events
- Long-term Insights Briefing on the future of business for Aotearoa New Zealand
Māori economic development
We are the lead government agency responsible for coordinating the Crown Māori Economic Strategy and Action Plan.
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Māori and Iwi increasingly contribute and play a major role in New Zealand’s economy. Māori contribution to the New Zealand economy is multi-faceted and includes the primary sector, natural resources, small and medium enterprises and tourism.
We support the development of the Māori economy through the Te Pūnaha Hihiko: Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund.
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He kai kei aku ringa: Strategy and action plan
He kai kei aku ringa is the Crown–Māori Economic Development Strategy and provides an framework to drive an all-of-government focus on achieving positive economic outcomes for Māori.
Supporting Māori business
There are a range of networks, tools, support and information to help Māori businesses, including regional and business-specific networks.
ERERE newsletter is distributed bi-monthly to more than 2400 subscribers in the wider Māori community. It provides snippets of news items that affect the Māori business community.