News and Events
January 23, 2020
Nexia New Zealand is to become one of the leading sponsorship partners of the Canterbury Branch of the Institute of Directors. Given the natural synergies in mentoring, and working with successful business owners and Directors in the Canterbury region, the decision to partner with the Institute was an obvious choice for Nexia.
January 16, 2020
The Nexia New Zealand team recently attended the annual Xero Roadshow in Christchurch. This is a day-long event where Xero present their upcoming features, and there were undoubtedly some exciting new announcements that we thought we’d share with you.
December 10, 2019
Are you having a staff party or celebrating with clients during the festive season? Are you buying them gifts to say thank you for a great year? We have a few tips to ensure you claim correctly.
December 3, 2019
Another successful Export Breakfast this morning run by CECC & Export NZ, with a theme of “Exporters driving transformational change”.
November 8, 2019
We know that there is still a crucial need for mental health support amongst Kiwi small businesses. Nexia New Zealand continues to support the Mental Health Foundation by getting our team involved in the Movember awareness month and endeavour to further promote and support this cause. This year, our accounting software partners, Xero, have teamed up with The Mental Health Foundation to produce the 2019 Small Business Wellbeing Report – 1,000 small business owners and sole traders were surveyed as part of the research, to understand how the mental wellbeing of people affects business.
November 1, 2019
Nexia New Zealand will again be participating in Movember, by putting together a team of Mo Bros and Mo Sisters to fundraise for this important cause. To put a spin on it this year, we’re competing in a friendly challenge with our legal friends, Tavendale and Partners.
October 29, 2019
Nexia NZ is proud to be supporting Bayleys Plate Up for a Purpose. Amy Murdoch, our CEO, will be one of the 12 Canterbury CEO’s taking on the challenge of cooking for 180 guests (under the watchful eye of professionals), in order to raise funds for the Christchurch City Mission’s Back to School Programme.