As at 3 July, New Zealand is midway through its fourth week at Alert Level 1 status.Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy. Charts in today’...
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As the affects of COVID-19 continue to play havoc with the economy, uncertainty prevails.  Alongside Te Waka’s Economic Radar tracking we continue to seek and provide quality information and reports that relate to the Waikato’s economy. Attached for readers referenc...
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More than 1,300 Waikato businesses received help from Te Waka including from the Waikato Business Support (WBS) service, an emergency support service set up by Te Waka three weeks following the start of COVID-19 Alert Level 4. Te Waka distributed more than $1.4 million in Go...
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Yesterday 16 June marked the end of the country’s first week at Alert Level 1.Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy.Charts in this week’s...
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Today marks the country’s second day at Alert Level 1. Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy. Charts in this week’s Radar show some signi...
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The Waikato Business Support service and our dedicated Regional Business Partner Team have supported in excess of 500 Waikato businesses during Alert Level 4. Following discussions with Waikato businesses over the period from 13 April to 24 April, the following snapshot of t...
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The Waikato Business Support service and our dedicated Regional Business Partner Team have supported in excess of 800 Waikato businesses during Alert Level 3. Following discussions with Waikato businesses over the period from 28 April to 13 May, the following snapshot of the...
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CEO's Column

June 10, 2020

Opportunities are strong and real

This month’s news that Hamilton will become the headquarters for the NZ Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST) is a huge boost for our city and the Waikato region. And it couldn’t have come at a better time. The win reinforces the benefits our region has to offer whe...
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Today marks the end of the country’s third week at Alert Level 2.Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy.Charts in this week’s Radar show s...
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The Waikato is well placed to support a national economic recovery: Four sectors feature strongly in our 2019 GDP contribution and 2016-2019 growth and have proven to respond well post the Global Financial Crisis and Christchurch Earthquakes. Three broad secto...
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