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2020 has been characterised by challenge and change. Consumer demands are different, the digital age has been thrust upon us, and outlooks are uncertain. Our exporters are in the thick of this.

‘From Aotearoa to the World’ is an afternoon all about understanding the road ahead, and preparing for this new era of doing global business.

Our speaking line-up includes some of New Zealand’s biggest export names, brands, and experts, all ready to share their insights on how Kiwi exporters can stay ahead of the game:

Stephen Jacobi (Executive Director, NZ International Business Forum): MC

Rachel Taulelei (CEO, Kono | Chair, ABAC 2021): Capitalising on ABAC 2021

Nick Tuffley (Chief Economist, ASB): Strategic Insights

Wayne Mulligan (CEO, Fomana Capital): Creating Value

Catherine Beard (Executive Director, ExportNZ): Preparing for 2021

Jason Clements (GM International, RJ’s Licorice): Export Panel

Mario Wynands (CEO, Pik Pok): Export Panel

TBC (Antipodes): Export Panel

Paul Gestro (International Trade Consultant, ASB): Export Panel Facilitator

Prof Ian Williamson (Pro Vice Chancellor & Dean of the Wellington School of Business and Government, Te Heranga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington): The Future of Work

Following the speakers, networking drinks and canapes will take place at the ‘local exporter market’. With ten local exporters’ products on display, you can walk through, taste products, and engage with the business owners and other event attendees.

Join us for an afternoon all about preparing for the years ahead, overcoming the uncertainty, and taking your business From Aotearoa to the World.

Where: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 55 Cable Street, Wellington

Date:  Thu, 15 October 2020

Time: 2:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Tickets are limited so reserve your seat today. CLICK HERE!

Glenn Baker

Glenn is a professional writer/editor with 50-plus years’ experience across radio, television and magazine publishing.


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