Offshore Wind report released

Offshore Wind report released

Offshore wind is an important energy opportunity for the region and the nation.

Results of VT’s COVID-19 Impacts Survey

Results of VT’s COVID-19 Impacts Survey

A Venture Taranaki survey of the region’s enterprises has found that more than 70% are concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on their business activity, and 80% have accessed government support packages.

Stone vs. Metal: the Motunui panels revealed

Stone vs. Metal: the Motunui panels revealed

For over 100 years anthropologists, ethnologists, and wood carvers have been debating if it is possible to tell whether a Māori carving has been done from stone or metal tools.

New Energy Development Centre funding announcement welcomed

New Energy Development Centre funding announcement welcomed

Taranaki’s business and civic leadership have welcomed the Government’s commitment to funding and support to enable the establishment of the National New Energy Development Centre, stating that it is a significant step in New Zealand’s transition to a low-emissions economy while leveraging the expertise that exists in Taranaki.

New directors appointed to VTT Board

New directors appointed to VTT Board

Two female directors with global experience appointed to Venture Taranaki's Board

Inanga Ora Ki Te Awa O Waitara

Inanga Ora Ki Te Awa O Waitara

Between August and November every year, Taranaki estuaries become inundated with migratory species of juvenile galaxiid and an individual species of net wielding hominoid. The galaxiid are better known as tasty translucent whitebait, and the hominoid as the fishermen trying to catch them. All those gracing the river banks dream of returning home with full buckets. But is this dream a reality?

R&D Foundations

R&D Foundations

Taranaki is full of great business stories that very few people know about. When high-profile state owned enterprise MetService bought a 49 percent stakeholding in New Plymouth company MetOcean, one such story deservedly gained a lot more attention.

New publication lifts lid on <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Taranaki's</span> food production

New publication lifts lid on Taranaki's food production

Despite employing more than 4300 people and contributing over $340 million, Taranaki's food production often flies beneath the radar. Until now that is.

Taranaki ahead of national average, with spending up 7.7% from this time last year

Taranaki ahead of national average, with spending up 7.7% from this time last year

Taranaki retail statistics for the week ending 24 May signal a strong burst of “Go Local” activity, as shoppers continue to make up for lost spending.

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