Turners, the financial services firm formerly known as Dorchester Pacific, has strengthened its ties with Motor Trade Finance by funding a non-recourse loan product that will allow MTF's...
Dunedin company Timely, which offers a cloud-based appointment management system, is a finalist in the New Zealand International Business Awards.
Young Dunedin businesswoman Courteney Johnston has her hands full - quite literally.
Construction and house prices across Otago are expected to continue strengthening but capacity constraints could hamper tourism growth.
Following her curiosity has led Dunedin woman Liz Rowe on a sweet journey.
Youth employment success is being celebrated in Dunedin after a three-month campaign matching employers and job-seekers.
Sally Rae caught up with former Silver Fern Farms CEO Keith Cooper and asked him about his latest role with Miller Creative Group.
Mentoring small businesses around Otago and in the Pacific Islands has been a decades-long crusade for Dunedin businessman Michael Ferrari, and at 76 it's not yet time for him to put his feet up.
Not many chief executives have an email signature that reads Chief Bubble Blower.
It is fair to say there is not a lot going on in Clinton's retail scene.
The thick, gnarled branches droop, Heavy with the weight of promises and memories, Once learned, never forgotten.
A group of Dunedin pupils has seen their sustainable business idea grow in leaps and bounds.
Winning an enterprise innovation award will help launch a Dunedin ticketing company internationally, its founder says.
As part of a 12-week collaborative project, Port Chalmers Design Store and six Otago Polytechnic second-year students have launched five new design products.
Dunedin law firm Wilkinson Adams - a finalist in three separate national awards - has been voted the best place for lawyers to work in New Zealand.
A Swiss couple have taken over the Hampden Beach Motor Camp and renamed it the Moeraki Boulders Holiday Park.
A plea for the Central Otago District Council to encourage and foster commercial ventures appears to have been heeded by the council's hearings panel.
Milton boat builder Steve McLay's international reputation is growing.
Norman Evans, of Dunedin, chief executive of Upstart incubator, launched his self-published book Becoming an Entrepreneur yesterday at the Temple Gallery.
Wanaka tourism attraction Puzzling World wants to have a $2.5 million extension in place by next September to cater for the expected surge of Rugby World Cup visitors to New Zealand.