Traci Houpapa reappointed to the FOMA helm
The Federation of Maori Authorities – New Zealand’s largest Maori Business Network – has reappointed Traci Houpapa as its Chairman. The unanimous endorsement follows her commitment to the Federation which has seen an increase in its profile and membership and ongoing success ...Continue Reading...
Dr Iwi : secret Iwi Development formula ready for trial…
Deep from a facility somewhere in Aotearoa which I can only let you know at this stage is called Ranginui a mad Doctor who is also only known at this stage as Dr Iwi has been working round the clock on a special treatment for the Iwi of Aotearoa. Deep from a facility sometime in […]Continue Reading...
Whero is RED – RWC 2011 opportunities!
Hi All I received an email from the team at Vitalise Whangarei and thought that one or more of you might be interested in being a part of the The REAL NZ ROAD SHOW. Do you know about it? For those that do not here are some details that might help you and yours to […]Continue Reading...
Takiwai Rotorua Maori business off to a stellar start
(Daily Post) Takiwai, the Rotorua Maori business network, had a good turnout at its first event at RAVE on Wednesday night. The network launched in December and aims to create business relationships among Maori involved across all sectors. Committee chairwoman Lara Northcroft, of Velvet Stone ...Continue Reading...
Wellington Maori Business network launch Rangatahi Mentoring Programme
Te Awe Maori Business Network in conjunction with Te Puni Kokiri have great pleasure inviting you to the launch of a new initiative. The RANGATAHI MENTORING PROGRAMME has been developed by Te Puni Kokiri to give our rangatahi practical exposure to business. Under the programme they will be ...Continue Reading...
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