Jan 23, 2021

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New Online Maori Business Directory Launched

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Nau mai e te huihuinga Maori, te tuhaha, e hapai ake nei i te oranga-ohanga o nga kahui pakihi puta noa. Kua rewa ake nei a taua mahi whakamoamoa i a taua ma runga i te au hangarau o te ipurangi atu ki te karu mataki o tauiwi.

Manawatu Maori Enterprise is a non-profit Economic Development Agency.

AoMaoriEnterpriseCThis organisation is currently establishing a comprehensive online directory of Maori businesses and organisations. The directory is called Aotearoa Maori Enterprise (AME) and its aim is to capture a national representation.

They are starting the online directory within the Central Region which includes Manawatu, Kapiti, Horowhenua, Wairarapa and Tararua with the intention of branching out nationally.

The online directory is just one of the ways we are supporting Maori business and organisation growth. Other quality services we offer to assist this growing trend are office support, networking, professional development and business advice.

By filling out a quick and easy survey, found on their website (see link below) we will be able to create for your business or organisation an online profile, which will extend your networking and marketing possibilities.

Manawatu Maori Enterprise invites you to participate in this exciting endeavour. Contact them on (06) 355 8251 and they will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have. Also view the examples of business and organisation profiles on our website, (still in first stage development) at www.ame.org.nz and take the time to complete the online survey and start yourself on this journey of new opportunities.

E aku whakatamarahi ki te rangi, purea nei koutou e te tomairangi o te atawhai.

1 thought on “New Online Maori Business Directory Launched

  1. Kia ora, there is a spelling mistake in the advert for McLeod's Bookshop, re the book 'Ancient Wisdom: Modern Solutions – Ngahihi o te ra Bidois. 'Ta Moko' is spelt incorrectly, naaku noa Karen

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