Truth be told, I believe the difficulty of most developing countries in cultivating their respective economies are stringent laws. These arcane laws, dating back three decades in the past, disables plenty of normal folk in creating businesses that would help improve small economies, which would benefit the country if they multiplied in throves.
New Zealand is a perfect country for these endeavours particularly because of the lack of bureaucracy.
Wellington, and respectively the entire New Zealand, is ranked by the World Bank as the world’s easiest country to set-up a business and the easiest to conduct business with. Doing business in New Zealand is simple. Albeit still a bit difficult to reach because travellers have to head to Auckland before reaching Wellington, the latter is the place to create business.
The traffic-less cities and the proximity of different offices can be reached in less than 10 minutes using a car or about 20 minutes while walking. It’s easier to grow connections and create better decisions without the hassle of traffic, making it a potential ground for making your own business mark.
Also, in Wellington, there is no payroll tax. Company tax might be 28 per cent and income tax rate of 33 per cent, but this is very reasonable compared to other congested cities in different countries. In Wellington, even in Auckland, you may enjoy the crisp clean air and a beautiful harbour to work with.