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Biz-growth - free, online information for business


Biz-growth - free, online information for businesses

A new business-to-business website will be launched tomorrow.

www.biz-growth.co.nz, a website dedicated to helping New Zealand businesses achieve growth and profitability and fulfil their compliance requirements, will 'go live' on Tuesday night, 30 September.

The site has been developed by Business NZ, the NZ Chambers of Commerce, the Poutama Trust and the Pacific Business Trust - organisations that collectively represent more than 100,000 New Zealand businesses.

It draws on the expertise of the partners to provide a range of 'how to' tools for finance, planning, marketing, human resources, employment relations and other business issues.

Business NZ Executive Director Anne Knowles says the biz-growth website will be a useful resource for any enterprise, and has been designed to be user-friendly to small and medium sized businesses.

"As a web-based business information service, operated by the private sector for the private sector, biz-growth will fill a real gap in the market."


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