The Ōtautahi Christchurch Recovery Plan sets out the framework for organising our collective efforts and delivering actions to make sure our city’s economic and social recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic is deliberate, strong and fair.
About the Ōtautahi Christchurch Recovery Plan
Key Immediate Support Measures
Some of the key immediate business support measures are outlined below.
Regional Business Partners Network
Canterbury Economic Activity Index
Business Mentors NZ
COVID-19: Support for Jobseekers & Impacted Workers
COVID-19 has impacted everyone, and many of us need to reconsider our work and career. Support is available to help you and your whanau make a change. Here are some useful resources - whether you are looking for work or to upskill or retrain into a new area.
COVID-19 Economic Recovery Articles
See what Google's mobility data tells us about where we've spent our time in lockdown.
Jorge Chang Urrea, ChristchurchNZ’s Senior Economist explains what we learnt from the first lockdown.
25 jobseekers just graduated from the startup-support programme Start Me Up after completing a highly-focused business accelerator.
People who lost their job because of COVID-19 will be given a chance to kick-start their new business idea as part of an innovative new Chri…
New World and Ministry of Awesome have started the search for New Zealand’s food and beverage product superstars,
Over $3.5 million of advisory funding has been allocated across Canterbury and these funds have been used by businesses to help them navigat…
Canterbury’s economic activity for July 2020 returned to a similar level as the same month last year, according to the first edition of the …
A city-wide approach to growing more high value businesses and jobs for Ōtautahi Christchurch has been launched.
Retail spending in Christchurch increased by 4 per cent during June 2020 compared to the same period last year, bringing it back in line wit…
A further $40m in additional national advisory funding has been announced to help small to medium businesses navigate the COVID-19 environme…