There's always something happening in Hawke's Bay on the business front, and plenty of places to find out what's going on! Check out these websites for more information...
18 September 2017
A fantastic one day course to get staff communicating professionally and confidently with customers. Keep your customers coming back by empowering staff with core communication and customer service skills along with a ‘can do attitude’.
Business Training NZ Ltd
Tues, 26 September
8.30am - 4.00m
Anchorage Motor Lodge
West Quay, Ahuriri
Call 06 354 5555 to purchase tickets now!
17 September 2017
The fight to stop a controversial Water Conservation Order (WCO) on two of Hawke's Bay's largest rivers is gaining momentum ahead of a protest rally on 19 September.
7 September 2017
Come along to the LIFT Employer Event on 21 August, a workshop about helping local businesses and organisations successfully recruit, employ and manage young people.
9 August 2017
The Hawke’s Bay Tourism Conference (24 August) has a stellar line-up of speakers from the new CEO of Tourism New Zealand Stephen England-Hall, to General Manager of WETA Workshop David Wilks, plus two panel sessions and a chance to socilaise with tourism operators.
7 August 2017
The Matariki Regional Economic Development Strategy is the culmination of over two years consultation with regional and central government stakeholders. The plan includes everything from large roading infrastructure initiatives to the minimisation of barriers to attaining a youth driver license. So, how is this plan different to previous regional economic development plans and how does this regional initiative differentiate itself from competing regional initiatives? Come along and find out...
19 June 2017
TechTalks, a new business event focusing on digital innovation, is a showcase of current and future technology where industry experts and local businesses share their technology stories. Taking place next Wednesday (31 May) at the Hawke’s Bay Business Hub, the line-up of speakers includes digital ‘start-up queen’ Jenene Crossan, technology veteran Aaron McDonald and Waikato University’s Professor Mike Duke. Another exciting element of the event is a presentation about a new travel app called UShare, says Organiser Carolyn Neville, Marketing & Operations Manager at Business Hawke’s Bay/Hawke’s Bay Business Hub.
26 May 2017
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