A key issue I am looking at are changes in the credit landscape over time. We need financiers to price, take, and manage risk. Credit intermediation is a critical component of economic development.
In New Zealand, government agencies spend approximately $51.5 billion dollars (around 20% of GDP annually) procuring goods and services from third party suppliers.
The revised Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPR) came into effect on July 1st this year, an initiative aimed at giving small to medium enterprises greater access to Government contracts.
Nathan DeCelis Marketing Coordinator Nathan started with Apricity in 2022. With a huge passion for NRL and cricket, Nathan is an integral member of the Apricity family and marketing department. The nickname people know me for… I’ve never really had a widely known nickname, but a lot of people have likened my appearance to […]
Trends over the past two decades towards temporary or contract labour hire arrangements gathered speed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contracts to supply the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) market can be highly lucrative for SMEs, leading to significant expansion opportunities and a long-term income stream.
Eyes on the NZ construction sector – how a necessary slowdown proliferates across the broader economy.
Construction, and housing more broadly is at the epicentre of the economy. A report commissioned by the Property Council has estimated property is the country’s largest industry, worth more than $41 billion directly to the economy, equating to 15 percent of gross domestic product.
In Australia and New Zealand, the sheer magnitude of change in supply and demand over the past two years has led to unprecedented transformation and growth in the freight and logistics sector.
The Australian construction industry generates over $360 billion dollars in revenue, producing around 9% of our gross domestic product (GDP) and has a projected annual growth rate of 2.4% over the next five years.
Sometimes you need to step back, take a deep breath to separate the wood from the trees.The economic environment has changed massively. The changes are not just cyclical or temporary as the economy moves up and down. And changes cover both economic and social aspects. Businesses need to adapt to both near-term shifts, but deeper […]