Business news articles
More Ngāti Whakaue business owners are set to benefit from a business development programme led by Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust, Toi Ohomai and Ngāti Whakaue Education Endowment Trust.
A new Bachelor of Accounting on offer at Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga aims to fill the industry shortage and will make learning seamless for students.
Ariana Smith wants to help whānau Māori into work and says a business development course led by Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust and Toi Ohomai has enabled her to set solid foundations for her pakihi (business).
When Covid-19 turned the world upside down, it became an opportunity for business students to learn through adversity and challenging times.
A research project aimed at identifying the demographics of Whakarewarewa Forest users aims to be a key input into future strategies for the district.
Supporting the future success of Ngāti Whakaue-owned businesses (pakihi) and the local Rotorua economy is the driver behind a business development programme between Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust, Toi Ohomai and RotoruaNZ.
Most creatives and entrepreneurs simply don’t have time to put their lives on hold to study and talented graphic designer and fashion-brand owner, Mara Kosac, is no exception.
With almost 12,000 students and more than 900 staff, Toi Ohomai has set a high standard for business continuity and innovation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Toi Ohomai graduate Levi Chand used the COVID-19 pandemic to refocus his career path