COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses Kāpiti, 24 March 2020 - The Kāpiti Chamber of Commerce supports the Government’s decision to move to Level 3 and 4 response against COVID-19, and is urging the business community to remain connected as the...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

COVID-19 Support Package Positive News for Kāpiti Business

COVID-19 Support Package Positive News for Kāpiti Business Kāpiti, 18 March 2020 -  The Kāpiti Chamber of Commerce welcomes the Government’s COVID-19 Economic Support Package announced today and believes it will give businesses some breathing space as the broader...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

Kāpiti IWD Event Raises $1000 for Kapiti Women’s Centre

Kāpiti IWD Event Raises $1000 for Kapiti Women’s Centre Kāpiti, 12 March 2020, Kāpiti - More than 200 business people and community members helped raise $1000 for the rapidly expanding Kapiti Women’s Centre, at the 2020 International Women’s Day event held at...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

2020 A Year of Growth and Opportunity for Kāpiti

Kāpiti, 26 February  2020 - Kāpiti’s businesses are quietly confident entering 2020, with the business community welcoming news Transmission Gully is due to open in November.  The Kāpiti Coast Chamber of Commerce recently surveyed its members and businesses operating...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

Ōtaki to Levin Needs Four Lanes Before 2029

Kāpiti Coast, 29 January 2019 - The Kāpiti Coast Chamber of Commerce welcomes news the Government will fund four lanes from Ōtaki to Levin but is concerned construction won’t begin until 2025 and be completed in 2029. The four-lane road was originally announced last...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

Kāpiti Chamber Appoints New Board Members for 2020

Kāpiti, 14 January 2020 The Kāpiti Chamber of Commerce board has appointed two new emerging business leaders, Asher Wilson-Goldman and Monique Leith.   Jacinda Thorn, Kāpiti Chamber Chair, says Asher Wilson-Goldman and Monique Leith have strong ties to the Kāpiti...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

Kāpiti Chamber Welcomes Incoming Council

Kāpiti, Monday 14 October 2019 - The Kāpiti Coast Chamber of Commerce looks forward to working with the incoming Kāpiti Coast District Councillors and Mayor, following Local Body Election results announced on Saturday night. Heather Hutchings, Chair of Kāpiti Chamber...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

Loss of Fonterra Blow to Kāpiti

Loss of Fonterra Blow to Kāpiti   Kāpiti, 26 September 2019   The loss of 65 jobs from Kāpiti’s food manufacturing sector, and the potential for another vacant building in the heart of Paraparaumu needs to be urgently addressed to minimise the impact on the local...

COVID-19 Alert Level Increase: Advice for Kapiti Businesses

Expressions of Interest (EoI) Membership and Events Management

Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce - Expressions of Interest (EoI) Membership and Events Management Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) is looking for Expressions of Interest from individuals or agencies with the appropriate expertise to manage its growing...