The Construction Industry in New Zealand: Driving Growth through Innovation and Sustainability

The construction industry in New Zealand is a significant contributor to the country’s economy, employing over 250,000 people and generating approximately 6% of the country’s GDP. The industry is diverse, encompassing everything from residential and commercial construction to infrastructure development and renovation projects. One of the most significant drivers of growth in the construction industry […]

New Zealand: A Stable and Welcoming Environment for Business

New Zealand is a small country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Despite its small size, it offers many advantages for businesses looking to set up shop in a stable and welcoming environment. From its robust economy and skilled workforce to its business-friendly policies and high quality of life, New Zealand has a lot to […]

[Opinion] New Zealand: Yes, we knew it was coming!

Lockdown again. Yes, we knew it was coming. But if so, why we feel we are still not prepared? A “short and sharp” decent into Level 4 lockdown wasn’t a surprise for many, as the government has been indicating it would do so if even a single case of the new strain Delta was found […]

How COVID-19 Is Changing The Real Estate Market And How It Impacts You

The COVID-19 crisis came to shake all markets and real estate was no exception. The interesting note on this particular market is that in most cities, the decreasing production of new homes and available real estate inventory – as a direct consequence of the various imposed lock-downs around the world – made the prices to […]

Leadership change in Japan: Is Buffet seeing more than we all are?

I have just came across this Bloomberg video where Ed Rogers, CEO and CIO of Rogers Investment Advisors, gives us a pinch on the leadership change in Japan and its implications for the country’s policies, the economy and financial markets. He also comments on Warren Buffet’s recent $6bn investment in the country and take it […]