Te Waka Economic Radar 3 July 2020
Charts in today’s Radar show some improvement and stabilisation of trends over the past few weeks.
CEO Column - Scaling up Mighty Local
Launching the Mighty Local campaign back in April was all about rallying the community to support its own and boost businesses affected by the Covid-19 lockdown.
Māori astronomer receives Prime Minister's award
University of Waikato Professor Rangi Matamua (Tūhoe), has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Science Communications Prize from the Royal Society of New Zealand.
1300 Waikato businesses access support and $1.4M of funding during lockdown
Te Waka distributed more than $1.4 million in Government COVID-19 recovery funding during Alert Levels 3 and 4.
University Of Waikato Shows How Large Organisations Can Tackle Contact Tracing
While many businesses across the Waikato have adopted some form of contact tracing as part of Alert Level 2 guidelines, one of the region’s largest organisations has stepped up to the challenge.
Te Waka Economic Radar 17 June 2020
Yesterday 16 June marked the end of the country’s first week at Alert Level 1. This week’s Radar show some improvement and stabilisation of trends from last week.
Te Waka Economic Radar 10 June 2020
We expect reports in the coming weeks will begin to paint a clearer picture of what the shift to Alert Level 1 means for the country and Waikato region.
This month’s news that Hamilton will become the headquarters for the NZ Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST) is a huge boost for our city and the Waikato region.
Waikato's Business Alert Level 3 Response
Following discussions with Waikato businesses over the period from 28 April to 13 May, the following snapshot of the regional business response to Alert Level 3 has been created.
Waikato's Business Alert Level 4 Response
Following discussions with Waikato businesses over the period from 13 April to 24 April, the following snapshot of the regional business response to Alert Level 4 has been created.
Te Waka Economic Radar 3 June 2020
Today marks the end of the country’s third week at Alert Level 2. We expect to see further improvement as businesses/individuals in the country and Waikato region continue to phase-in the ‘less restrictive’ Alert Level 2 environment.
COVID-19 Alert Level 4 in the Waikato: Looking Back to Shape the Way Forward
The Waikato is well placed to support a national economic recovery.
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