Maintaining and growing the digital skills of New Zealanders is essential so that our economy and social prosperity can continue to grow.
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New Zealand is a major food and beverage exporter, with the industry accounting for 46% of all goods and services exports.
This easy-to-use mobile app is great for anyone interested in New Zealand’s regions with information on incomes, house values, rents, employment, migration, GDP, and much more.
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.
The Just Transition Partnership team supports regional partners to understand, plan and navigate their transition in a way that is fair and equitable – a just transition.
This page provides information on government-supported strategies and initiatives designed to grow New Zealand’s digital sector.
This report presents the findings of a truncated programme of work, by Business and Economic Research Limited (BERL) for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), to evaluate the economic effects of the MOUs for the 5% uplift of the New Zealand Screen Production Grant.
Focus on Port (Freight and Logistics) You are welcome to quote from any report below – please attribute the Bay of Plenty Regional Skills Leadership Group, an independent advisory group on regional skills and workforce development.
There are a range of tools, support and information to help Māori businesses grow their capacity including regional and business-specific networks.
Data on the digital economy and digital inclusion is important to government decision-making. This page lists some of the reports and research that have been completed on these issues.