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  1. 5 things you didn’t know about fake meat

    It’s true – the future of food could lie in delicious fakery. Here’s what you need to know about plant-based ‘meat’...

  2. Building resilience through business continuity planning

    As COVID-19 hits NZ business, it’s important to evaluate your risk management procedures. Brought to you by Crombie Lockwood...

  3. Liabilities about Closing Or Pausing Your Business For COVID-19

    Looking to close or pause your business due to COVID-19 lockdowns? Consider your liabilities for either option and make an informed decision...

  4. What is the gig economy?

    A job for life seems a thing of the past with the growth in gig work. But what does that mean for society and the economy?...

  5. Breaking the link between economic growth and pollution

    NZ is tracking well on its shift to a low-carbon economy, says the World Economic Forum, but globally the push has slowed...

  6. What you didn’t know about the neuroscience of trust

    Trust is at the core of an accountant’s relationships with clients, but what is ‘trust’ and how does it affect business?...

  7. Why you need a bigger business idea than the pursuit of profits

    How do you build a company the world will get behind? By listening to the new C.E.Os – Customers, Employees and Outsiders...

  8. Slavery in the supply chain

    2019-20 will see Australian businesses lodge their first Modern Slavery Statements. So what does modern slavery look like?...

  9. Supporting the accounting profession into the future

    Rick Ellis, CEO of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, explains how the organisation-wide transformation will proactively support and strengthen the profession of the future...

  10. Is too much change too much?

    Business as usual is giving way to constant change. Can the human brain adapt to accept relentless change as the new normal?...