Steven Moe

Steven Moe is a senior associate at Parry Field Lawyers. He works extensively with social enterprises.

Business
Nov 13, 2018

The new Christchurch style: Old boys out, entrepreneurs in

The earthquakes have changed the culture in genteel Christchurch. Now it's more about how you can contribute than who you went to school with, writes Steven Moe.

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Business
Oct 18, 2018

The social enterprise sector comes of age

From businesses doing good to charities running businesses and everything in between, social enterprise as an industry is growing up and holding its first national conference.

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Business
Feb 17, 2018

Are all businesses social enterprises? It's a question of definition

What does it mean to be a social enterprise today? Is it about profit, purpose, or both? Steven Moe takes us through the various definitions.

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Business
Jan 12, 2018

Blastoff: what do New Zealand’s new space laws mean for other emergent technologies?

Lawyer Steven Moe looks at the developing world of space law, and questions whether similar moves are needed for other exponential technologies on our immediate horizon.

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Business
Dec 4, 2017

The forgotten friend: Renewing our Japanese trade ties

With the rise of China, Japan has taken something of a backseat in trade discussions. Lawyer Steven Moe says New Zealand's relationship with the world's third largest economy is still going strong, but may need some TLC.

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Business
Nov 5, 2017

Five key questions for Kiwi social enterprises

Social enterprises are everywhere right now. But what are they? And how do we make sure they are not just businesses exploiting a trendy term?

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Business
Oct 12, 2017

Why Social Enterprises need ‘new clothes’

Social enterprises often operate as limited liability companies, but new legal structures to govern them have been introduced in a number of countries. Lawyer Steven Moe argues we need new options in New Zealand.

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