Business After Five Business Briefing 19-06-19

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Wed 19 Jun, 2019 - 5:30pm

Business After 5: Business Briefing

Hosted by Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce

Wednesday 19 June 2019 | 5.30pm to 7pm | Southward Car Museum, Bugatti Room

Cost: Members Free – Non members $20

Note to Member's: Use a guest card and bring a colleague or friend for free.

The Kapiti Chamber invites you to attend this BA5 hosted by Kapiti Chamber for a Business Briefing on important economic and business matters in Kapiti.

Who should attend: Members and non-members of the Kapiti community.

There will be drinks & nibbles and opportunity to network before and after the Briefing. Note your calendar to be at this Briefing. Q&A will be an important component of the Briefing so come with an open mind and your questions to maximise value in attending.

The line-up for the Business Briefing will include:

Economic development refresh and economic development in general on the Kapiti Coast:

James Jefferson | Group Manager Place & Space KCDC – responsible for Libraries and Art, Economic Development, Property, Parks and Recreation and Aquatics.

James Jefferson KCDC

Open for business and progress made since 2018 Briefing including an update on Town Centres:

Natasha Tod | Group Manager Regulatory Services KCDC – responsible for Regulatory Services Group is responsible for Animal Control, Building, Resource Consents and Compliance, Environmental Standards, Licensing and Compliance Monitoring and the District Plan.

Natasha Tod KCDC

An Update on the Kapiti Story:

Darryn Grant | Economic Development Manager KCDC

Darryn Grant KCDC

The economic benefits of roading infrastructure to a region including the economic effect of the new expressway on Otaki:

Mike Copeland | Consultant Economist | Brown, Copeland & Co Ltd | BSc Maths MCom Economics
Mike’s career has been in the application of economics to various areas of business, including transport economics and resource management matters. He has undertaken a wide range of studies for public and private sector clients in New Zealand and overseas including, assessment of the economic effects for NZTA of the two Kapiti expressways and Transmission Gully for RMA purpose.

Mike Copeland

General Chamber Update:

Jacinda Thorn & Julene Hope | Kapiti Chamber

Jacinda Thorn LinkedIn     Julene Hope LinkedIn


To be noticed and remembered, networking is important for all businesses.

All paying events will operate a full refund seven days before any event and no refund thereafter with substitutions welcomed.  No shows will be invoiced if a fee is required yet not paid for some reason.

Registrations are not open for this event.

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