PNG becoming easier to do business; QBE's Matthew Kearns analyses how to be a market leader; Managing people in PNG; Digital marketing rising

PNG Business Update

November 9, 2016

Latest news

Papua New Guinea rises 14 places in World Bank ‘ease of doing business’ ratings

Papua New Guinea has risen 14 places overall in the World Bank’s annual report on Ease of Doing Business. Read on... 



QBE General Manager Matthew Kearns on what it takes to be a market leader

Becoming a market leader requires developing the right strategic intent, says QBE’s Matthew Kearns. Read on... 


Putting people first in PNG business: the human resources challenge 

Managing human resources is always one of the principle challenges in business. So how are PNG businesses managing? Read on... 


How the digital world is taking over business

Marketing never stays still. Robert Hamilton-Jones returns to the city of his birth to find out how digital technology is raising customers' expectations to new heights. Read on... 


In brief

InterOil may appeal after ExxonMobil takeover rejected, and other business stories

Canadian court upholds appeal against ExxonMobil takeover bid for InterOil, BSP CEO says 2017 Budget reflects prevailing conditions, and Sepik Plains holds high potential for beef industry. Your weekly digest of the latest business news. Read on... 

People moves

Anitua, KPMG, Coffee Industry Corp

A new Chief Executive Officer at Anitua, new senior appointments at KPMG, board appointments for Coffee Industry Corp. Read on... 


Business Connect 

PNG’s Airways Hotel included in best hotels of the world list 

Airways in Port Moresby has been named fifth in the Huffington Post review of top hotels. Read on...

From the Editor’s desk of Air Niugini's Paradise Magazine 

The newest edition of Air Niugini's Paradise, Papua New Guinea’s most-read magazine is out, featuring the world famous 96-kilometre Kokoda Trail, spotlight on Bougainville, PNG at the Rio Olympics and more. Read on... 


Pacific Islands Forum Tender: Fisheries mapping exercise 

The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat is seeking to hire a suitably qualified and experienced consultant to conduct a political mapping exercise of the key influences on fisheries policy development in the Pacific region. Read on... 

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