The Pacific Business Trust (PBT) is the Pacific economic development agency of New Zealand and is a free, confidential and personalised service. PBT focuses on growing innovation, supporting talent and leadership through customised business programmes and services.
Connected through a shared culture, values and vision for the Pacific community, PBT is made up of a team of experienced, knowledgeable professionals, business advisors and network partners who are passionate about supporting business growth and success in the Pacific community. It doesn’t matter whether you are a sole trader or a large corporate, you can access our support and services to grow and develop your business.
PBT provides Pacific businesses and entrepreneurs with a range of programmes and services such as business health checks, workshops, webinars, resources, referrals and individualised services and offerings to support and guide the Pacific community. PBT can assist you with recovery plans, cash flow forecasting, and financial, legal, HR, marketing and ecommerce support.
The PBT team also offers Pacific businesses and entrepreneurs advice and support regarding eligibility for grants for services, Government support packages and can help you to submit applications. In some cases, your business may be eligible for financial support.
Our offices are located in Auckland and Wellington, and we provide nationwide services.
Older adult / Kaumātua, Adult / Pakeke
How do I access this service?
Make an appointment, Contact us
We provide free services.
|Mon – Fri||8:30 AM – 5:00 PM|
English, Samoan, Tongan, Cook Islands Māori, Niuean
Education and training
Advice and support.
When you join PBT, one of our Business Advisors will talk to you in confidence about your business and provide you
with personalised support. You can talk…
- Pacific Island people
Freephone nationwide: 0800 287 7526
101 Station Road
101 Station Road
PO Box 112229
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This page was last updated at 12:48PM on February 10, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Pacific Business Trust.