Subscribe today - find out more
Why you should consider BusinessDesk
Markets

Payroll provider first PledgeMe firm to pay a dividend

Victoria Young
Tue, 21 Jul 2020

Victoria Young
Tue, 21 Jul 2020
Thankyou Payroll says it will be the first local equity crowd-funded firm to pay a dividend, declaring less than 1.6 cents per share or a total of $100,000. The announcement was made at the payroll provider’s annual meeting today, where the company celebrated 10-year turnover growth from $7,000 in 2010 to $2.8 million in 2020. Last year revenue rose by roughly a third from $2.1 million.   The company promised when it raised funds in 2017 that it would pay a dividend within three years. The company has 6.3 million shares at July 11. At the...

Use the information you’ve already given Google to create your subscription.

Not convinced yet?

Subscribe to our Daily News Update free newsletter.

Law & Regulation
David Henry firm moves into liquidation owing $400k
Brent Melville | Sat, 31 Jul 2021

Kinleith Land and Infrastructure moves into liquidation owing at least $400,000, liquidator looks to sell solar farm.

On the Money
On the Money: Chris Dunphy, Peter Wells' potential $250m payday, Banksy, Bridges, and more
Rebecca Stevenson | Sat, 31 Jul 2021

Which minister thought he was at a rave, who's cashing in on another potential IPO on the ASX, why wasn't anyone buying Banksy? And more.

Opinion FREE
Why it's hard to open a supermarket in NZ
Eric Crampton | Fri, 30 Jul 2021

Supermarkets' high profits should motivate a new competitor, if they're real. If the profits are there, what's stopping them?

Sponsored
How events can support a sustainable future

Sustainability has become a fundamental characteristic of a responsible business. It’s no longer just about “doing the right thing for the environment”, but now a much more holistic proposition where businesses have a real responsibility to embrace sustainable business practices - or risk being left behind.

Sponsored
5 trends as construction begins towards carbon neutrality

Carbon neutral trends emerging in engineering, procurement and construction across the globe indicate what we can expect in New Zealand over the next thirty years.