Enterprise - June 2012
Focus on privately owned businesses
Welcome to the June issue of Enterprise which is jam-packed with some great stories about how to enhance your business’ wealth. The release of the zero budget saw the Government balancing the desire for growth and expansion on one hand and the need to constrain spending on the other. So we’ve decided to focus on how Kiwi private businesses can best maximise existing resources/networks and optimise all opportunities in this quarter.
Bill Hale a Partner in our Auckland Tax Practice sums up the Budget 2012: The boat, the bach and … the Boeing and its effect on your business. Wellington’s Stephen Nicholas, our new National Leader of the Deloitte Fast 50 officially launches the 2012 programme.
Auckland Consulting Senior Manager, Hamish Wilson says “one size does not fit all” in regards to managing your people, and we look at the real issues surrounding talent that kiwi businesses, large and small, should be thinking about this year.
If you’ve got it sorted here, Mark Lash, Associate Director from our Wellington Tax Practice, will advise you on “how best to get over there” in terms of offshore structuring for growth. Also from Wellington, Tax Partner Ian Fay writes about how to maximise the value of your IP in these turbulent times.
Dunedin Accounting & Advisory Partner, Kyle Cameron drills down into maximising the power of your rolodex and for those thinking of breaking into China, don’t leave market success to chance, make sure you see what NZTE are up to.
Enjoy the read!