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Wellington's regional economy is diverse and knowledge-intensive, with specialties including digital technology, film production, high-value manufacturing, education, finance, hospitality and tourism.
Buying or investing in an established business or franchise in Wellington is an excellent investment opportunity. Wellington has a robust economic platform, numerous strengths and strategic advantages, and significant capacity for growth.
New Zealand was recently ranked as the best place to do business by Forbes and by the World Bank. The World Bank also rated New Zealand as the easiest place to get credit.
And as the capital city, Wellington is home to most of New Zealand’s government departments, as well as business networks and industry associations.
There's major savings to be made in Wellington as well as high investment returns as you'll find it's cheaper to operate here than many other urban hubs.
Offices spaces in Wellington are 20% cheaper than many other global cities, but equally as impressive.
Wellington’s multidimensional regional economy is modern, diversified and export-focused. From ICT to the digital and creative sector, primary industry and food production, Wellington has a range of high growth sectors primed for investment.
The breadth of Wellington’s economic base ensures long-term yields and returns while providing room for growth and innovation.
The city is investing in infrastructure development and exciting new projects to support future investment and business growth, while providing an open and competitive business climate.