Key contacts for investors

New Zealand businesses and Government are united in their desire to seek more overseas investment, and there are a number of private and publicly operated organisations you can contact for help.

Government agencies particularly work collaboratively in smoothing the way for investors.

Using these networks and resources will put you in touch with experts who can tell you more about New Zealand, suggest opportunities, advise on assistance and incentives, and help make things happen.

We’ve split these organisations into three groups:

  • Business networks
  • Regional organisations
  • Government agencies

Additional support

Immigration New Zealand is a useful contact for additional support with visa and investment issues. Contact one of our Client Managers at

Another important contact is New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE), the Government’s investment agency.

NZTE has offices around the world with investment specialists who can offer market insights and business introductions. To find their nearest office or a specialist in the industry you’re considering, visit NZTE.

How we help investors | NZTE

For general information about investment options and visas, register your interest. Give us a few details and we’ll send you information relevant to your particular needs and interests.

Opportunities in R&D

The Innnovative Partnerships team in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is a useful contact with experts helping research and development intensive businesses connect, collaborate and invest in New Zealand. Contact the team at

In this section:

  • Business networks

    New Zealand business-based organisations and networks that work to encourage enterprise. 

  • Regional organisations

    These organisations can help you with local economic and employment data along with information about investment and...

  • Government agencies

    A number of statutory bodies you may need to contact in the course of setting up or managing your investment are also...


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