Discover a series of webinars presented by KPMG subject matter experts on key issues facing New Zealand businesses.
This webinar launched our 2020 Agribusiness Agenda, Agenda Voices: Listening to diverse perspectives. This year’s Agenda explores the unique perspectives across our food and fibre industry, to identify the similarities and differences between different segments or ‘voices’ of the industry: Capital Providers, Educators & Scientists, Emerging Leaders, Farmers & Producers, Māori Leaders, CEOs & Business Leaders.
This webinar launched our insights document: The ‘now normal’ future: Food and fibre in a world emerging from COVID-19. KPMG’s New Zealand-based Global Head of Agribusiness Ian Proudfoot discusses the key themes from his latest insights document, exploring the changes we’re already seeing in the agri-food sector regarding consumer behaviours, the opportunities that inevitably arise from disruption, and how we now need to leave old views behind and act at pace to embrace the ‘now normal’ future ahead of us.
Moving from the potential of Cloud to delivering the benefits is a journey. To deliver at pace, organisations will need a number of new capabilities. KPMG experts discuss building a Cloud-ready organisation, and explain how you can develop your approach to ‘nail it and scale it’.
KPMG Partners and Directors discuss considerations for businesses at Alert Level 3. Joined by Anson Bailey, KPMG’s Head of Consumer and Retail ASPAC who shares lessons from how China has emerged from lockdown, before examining what is happening in some of New Zealand’s key export markets and what Kiwi businesses need to be thinking about as we ramp up production.
A panel of Partners and Directors for KPMG’s IT Advisory team share their views on the impact of COVID-19 for New Zealand’s technology leaders as we move from a response phase to a change phase. The presenters share insights from recent Government data sets and provide guidance on business operations, projects and cloud and automation.
Special guest Donna Purdue, Chief Economist - MBIE, discussed the current economic situation for New Zealand, followed by a group of KPMG Partners and Directors who shared their views and insights on the impact of financial uncertainty on directors’ duties and the proposed temporary relief under the Companies Act, and the financial reporting considerations and accounting challenges arising from COVID-19.
A group of our Partners and Directors share their views and insights on what New Zealand businesses need to be considering during these unprecedented times, discussing the following themes: cashflow and liquidity, funding and capital, preparing for transition and characteristics of a post-crisis business.
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