Solid co-op client base

February 5th, 2019|

ieRetail is a leading specialist provider of training design and delivery, capability development programmes and business optimisation services to the retail, supplier and services industries in New Zealand. Established in 2003, its New Zealand business, with a solid co-op client base, has expanded to include clients in the EU, UK, USA, Australia, and South Africa, covering a diverse range of major companies.

Advisory Board Experts

February 2nd, 2019|

Faraday is a member of The Advisory Board Centre, an independent body that educates companies on how they establish, work and benefit from professional advisory boards. It also supports a network of 200 certified chairs, approved advisors and experts that service the companies in business specific challenges and opportunities. These include growth, raising capital, and family members wanting to exit the business.

Co-operatives key to achieving UN’s sustainability targets

January 7th, 2019|

In this comprehensive report, Cooperative Business NZ Chief Executive Craig Presland outlines how co-operatives are pivotal to achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) by 2030. He concludes by sharing three recommendations to sustain the positive momentum.

Foodstuffs looks after NZ

December 18th, 2018|

Foodstuffs North Island and South Island are two outstanding co-operatives within the NZ Co-op Family, writes Cooperative Business NZ Chief Executive Craig Presland. Foodstuffs New Zealand has recently issued its Looking After Our Patch Social Responsibility Snapshot that outlines a programme that is wide-reaching and aims to fulfil the co-operatives’ responsibilities to their teams, the wider New Zealand community and environment.

Fonterra’s drive for true sustainability

December 7th, 2018|

Economic, environmental and social sustainability is at the core of the co-operative business model while having a sustainable co-operative is one of three core platforms for Fonterra’s strategy, writes Cooperative Business NZ CEO Craig Presland. In many ways it is the most vital as well as the most challenging, he says.

“Fonterra has a strong heritage of respecting NZ’s natural resources and working with them to produce quality pasture-based milk and nutritional dairy products.