The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is a nonprofit organization established to increase the number of events and exhibitions in Australia and New Zealand in order to stimulate economic growth. The site includes an event calendar, a search function for events, venues, and suppliers, a job center, and information about conferences.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the food and beverage industry in both Australia and New Zealand. The site contains information on the food code and regulation as well as important information for consumers including recent recalls, insight into food labeling, and recent food complaints.
The New Zealand Exchange Markets (NZX) site provides information to investors on securities currently being traded on the official New Zealand stock exchange. Business headlines, stock market information, indices, and other financial news are also provided on the site.
The New Zealand Government website provides information on government departments and Parliamentary documents. The main focus is to act as a gateway to various departments, yet to incorporate information on current affairs as well.
New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority (Medsafe) is accountable for the regulation of therapeutic products in New Zealand. Medsafe ensures that medicines meet acceptable standards of safety and quality. They also provide information about medicine to health care professionals, consumers, and industry professionals. Information is provided on medicines, devices, dietary supplements, safety, news and events, and publications.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is a government agency that facilitates trade and international investments between New Zealand and the rest of the economies of the world. The site includes information on getting ready to export, developing knowledge and expertise, accessing networks, exploring markets, and obtaining funding assistance. A newsletter is available with a free subscription.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) oversees the entire broadcasting system, which includes TV and radio. The main purpose of the BSA is to deal with complaints through research and interpreting legislation and standards. They also serve to protect the rights of New Zealand residents by ensuring broadcasting services are available and affordable. Additionally, they provide news on recent developments in their complaints division and release periodic newsletters with updates of various broadcast outlets.
New Zealand's Commerce Commission is responsible for enforcing legislation in the telecommunications sector, as well as other sectors such as electricity and airport. The Commission promotes fair competition and prices, and they produce legislation in order to achieve this fairness. They also act as a mediator for disputes in the industries.
The New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the Financial Services Industry. This site contains information on investing, compliance, legislation, statistics, and reports and papers. A free newsletter is available for subscription with registration.
The Ministry for Primary Industries of New Zealand is in charge of the policy development for the agriculture, food and beverage, and energy industries in New Zealand. This site contains links to relevant news, policies, and information on consultation services in each of those industries.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) in New Zealand provides information on doing business in New Zealand. The site provides information on specific sectors and industries in New Zealand. News and answers to frequently asked questions are also provided.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade provides a guide to the ministry and its services, a list of representatives abroad, press releases, foreign and trade policy guides, and articles of interest to exporting companies in New Zealand. A section dedicated to treaties and international law is also available on this site.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) assesses and regulates medical products for distribution, the healthcare workforce, and medical standards in New Zealand. The site provides information on the health system, featured work by the ministry, statistics, and publications.
New Zealand's Pharmaceutical Management Agency (PHARMAC) is responsible for the safe production of medicine and medical devices. PHARMAC provides information to citizens and healthcare professionals regarding drugs and devices. PHARMAC is also now responsible for the management of hospital pharmaceuticals
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) is responsible for maintaining a sound financial structure and commercial banking system. This site provides quick statistics, economic research, news, and information on other RBNZ endeavors.
From the New Zealand government, Stats NZ houses vital statistics about the economy and trade. Statistics are updated frequently and cover many economic indicators. Also on the homepage are real-time tickers portraying information on the country's basic statistics including population count, GDP, and unemployment. The site also provides a newsfeed containing recent changes in important statistics.
The National Business Review (NBR) provides up to date business news, market trends, and technology news in New Zealand. The site also covers business news worldwide with special sections on New Zealand. A paid subscription is required to access certain information on the website.
The New Zealand Herald business section provides national and world news on a variety of financial topics. A few of the featured news topics include markets, trade, personal finance, and small business.
Formerly known as the Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Wellington Employers' Chamber of Commerce is at the forefront of business development in New Zealand. The site provides listings for current trade topics on debate, chamber partners, trade events, and more. Also included on the site is a news feed containing recent developments and programs.