Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
|Headquarters||Defence House, 15 Stout St,
|Annual budget||Total budgets for 2016/17
Vote Business, Science and Innovation
Vote Building and Housing
Vote Labour Market
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) (Māori: Hikina Whakatutuki) is the public service department of New Zealand charged with "delivering policy, services, advice and regulation" which contribute to New Zealand's economic productivity and business growth.
Formed on 1 July 2012, MBIE is a merger of the Department of Building and Housing (DBH), the Department of Labour (DoL), the Ministry of Economic Development (MED), and the Ministry of Science and Innovation (MSI).
- Chief Executive (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment)
- Deputy Chief Executive - Immigration
- Deputy Chief Executive - Corporate Governance and Infornation
- Deputy Chief Executive - Building, Resources and Markets
- Deputy Chief Executive - Labour, Science and Enterprise
- Deputy Chief Executive - Market Services
- Chief Financial Officer
- Head of the Office of the Chief Executive
The Ministry manages a number of operational services, including:
- Companies Office, which also manages registers for motor-vehicle traders, financial-service providers, societies and trusts and personal-property securities.
- Consumer Affairs, formerly the Ministry of Consumer Affairs
- Electricity Authority
- Energy Safety
- Electrical Workers Registration Board
- Immigration New Zealand
- Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand
- Major Events
- Insolvency and Trustee Service
- Natural Hazards Research Platform (NHRP)
- New Zealand Cycle Trail
- New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals
- Radio Spectrum Management
- Social Housing Unit
The Ministry serves 13 portfolios, 1 other responsibility, 13 ministers and 1 parliamentary undersecretary.
|Rt Hon John Key||Minister of Tourism|
|Hon Bill English||Minister Responsible for Housing New Zealand|
|Hon Steven Joyce||Lead Minister (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment)
Minister for Economic Development
Minister for Regulatory Reform
Minister of Science and Innovation
Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment
|Hon Te Ururoa Flavell||Associate Lead Minister (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment)||Associate Minister for Economic Development|
|Hon Paula Bennett||Associate Minister of Tourism|
|Hon Amy Adams||Minister for Communications|
|Hon Simon Bridges||Minister of Energy and Resources|
|Hon Dr Nick Smith||Minister of Building and Housing|
|Hon Nikki Kaye||Minister for Accident Compensation Corporation|
|Hon Michael Woodhouse||Minister of Immigration
Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety
|Hon Craig Foss||Minister for Small Business||Associate Minister of Immigration|
|Hon Louise Upston||Associate Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment|
|Hon Paul Goldsmith||Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs||Associate Minister for ACC|
|David Seymour MP||Parliamentary Undersecretary (Regulatory Reform)|
- "Total Appropriations for Each Vote". 2016 Budget. The Treasury.
- "Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment". New Zealand Government.
- Joyce, Steven; Coleman, Jonathan (24 April 2012). "MBIE to proceed from 1 July" (Press release).
- "About us: Senior leadership". MBIE. 27 April 2016.
- "NHRP - Natural Hazards Research Platform". Retrieved 2015-03-10.
NHRP - Natural Hazards Research Platform[:] A multi-party research platform funded by MBIE dedicated to increasing New Zealand's resilience to Natural Hazards via high quality collaborative research.