It is easy to assume that Google knows everything about every business in the world, am I right? Of course there are millions of social media fanpages and business pages, but have you ever wondered how to find a business that does not advertise its services at a global scale? There is no denying that some small, but at the same time prosperous companies advertise only locally which means that it would be almost impossible to find reliable information about them on the Internet.
With population of over 4 million New Zealand is home for more than 600,000 businesses, including local Māori companies, which engage 2.1 million paid employees across the country. Construction industry had 3.7 percent more enterprises and 4.8 percent more employees than last year and Auckland region added 3.3 percent more business locations and 3.8 percent more employees in 2016. The unprecedented economic growth of the country and conducive regulatory environment make it a perfect place to start and operate a local company.
There are businesses which have their opening times clearly listed at their home page. There are retailers displaying their contact information in an clear way. And then there are those – grocery stores, small businesses and service providers, pharmacies and restaurants – which do not post their opening times anywhere online.