Atul Mehta

How family-held businesses can thrive generation after generation

A well-designed family-held business succession plan can articulate the vision and values of the founders and help ensure a smooth transition to the next generation. From our experience, many leave succession planning too late. We share some of the key questions that a family should be asking if it wants its business to thrive from one generation to the next.

Sanders Pharmacy | A winning strategy to business growth

Gemma Perry doesn’t believe in sitting on her laurels. Owner of Sanders Pharmacy in Te Awamutu, and a former New Zealand Young Pharmacist of the Year, Gemma and her team were named Community Pharmacy of the Year at this year’s Primary Healthcare Awards.

Paragon NZ | Keeping a clear eye on business key to PI success

Veteran private investigator, Ron McQuilter came to New Zealand from Scotland 38 years ago. Using his policing experience, he set up Paragon NZ, a private investigation and security consultancy that operates throughout the country.

Electrical Importing Company | NZ ‘David’ standing strong against Goliaths and pandemic

Electrical Importing Company is considered an alternative supplier to the industrial electrical sector - the only NZ owned and independent ‘David’ up against multi-national ‘Goliath’ competitors.

Liddells Pharmacy | Service sells with a personal touch

In a fiercely competitive and fast-changing market, an 80 year-old Pukekohe pharmacy is doubling down on what it does best – great service with a personal touch.

Atlas Gentech & Simply Leasing | Driven by the deal, loving the success of what you do

With the US$151 million sale of their technology equipment group this year, Auckland businessmen 
Steve Moss, Alan Willett and Steve Varney (pictured), could justifiably call it a day. But the trio are still chasing deals; this time to build their next business Simply Leasing, in the rapidly growing equipment leasing market.