Otago business consultant and lawyer Kate Hesson was yesterday named the Institute of Directors (IoD) Otago Southland Branch Emerging Director for 2019.
Marketing and digital transformation agency Firebrand celebrates its 10th anniversary this month. Rebecca and Paul Twemlow speak to business reporter Sally Rae about doing business in Dunedin — and elsewhere.
A swag of awards is a sign small businesses in Dunedin are thriving, a boutique marketing agency manager says.
From a modest 1960s Brockville grocery shop to one of the largest independent food distributors in the South Island, Dunedin-headquartered Kaan's Catering Supplies is embarking on a big expansion programme.
At the age most people start thinking about saving for retirement, Darren Lovell changed countries and careers.
Burger sales are skyrocketing for a Dunedin eatery since it was featured on an international travel website.
The popular Dunedin Community Accounting service is relaunching with free sessions for non-profit organisations from next week.
The Government is aiming to scrap a scheme allowing some employers to pay disabled staff less than the minimum wage.
Dunedin firm Packit Packaging, which makes plastic food containers, has been praised by the plastics industry for its innovative public trial, launched in the city yesterday, to encourage recycling...
Otago Chocolate Company (Ocho) is launching factory tours next month at its new chocolate production premises in Dunedin to "demystify'' the process of craft chocolate.
Dunedin specialist bedding manufacturer Ellis Fibre has been placed in receivership by its owners, just a month after another company attempted to have it placed in liquidation.
Taking on their first apprentice was ''a bit of a scary step'' for Aurum Hairstylists owners Sonna and Ria Reihana.