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How to improve productivity by 1%

Ryan Jennings
Tue, 20 Oct 2020

Ryan Jennings
Tue, 20 Oct 2020
Dear minister,Improve your business productivity by 1 percent using New Zealand software services.That’s a one liner call to action you can use when talking to small business and manufacturers. Three years is a long time in opposition, so it’s about this time of year we all look at who to choose for the next 1,000 days or so.Not knowing when this article will be published, you may already be back in power… so let’s assume that you are. What next? Small businesses who make products locally in New Zealand are both resilie...

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