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Wednesday 9 August 2017 - Economic growth, infrastructure and youth employment are high on the Kāpiti Coast Chamber of Commerce’s agenda for 2017, according to its election manifesto released this week. The Election Manifesto for the 2017 General Election comes ahead of the Chamber’s ‘Meet the Candidates’ event to be held on the 23rd of August at the Coast Community Church, which will be an opportunity for Kāpiti’s business community to put their questions to the candidates for Otaki and Mana Electorates.
Supporting Economic Growth in Kāpiti
Local businesses will have the opportunity to hear first-hand about Air New Zealand’s plans for Kapiti at a special business briefing being hosted next week by the Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce.
New Zealand, Tuesday 20 June - The spotlight is on small business security, with the Government recently announcing a new $1.8 million fund to help shopkeepers fight aggravated robberies.
Entries in the 2017 Electra Kapiti Horowhenua Business Awards have closed 20 days ahead of schedule after organisers reached the maximum limit of 30 entries.
Finance and Infrastructure Minister, Hon Steven Joyce, has signalled his support for a new interchange servicing the Peka Peka and Te Horo communities, as part of the next stage of the Kapiti Expressway.
The first quarter of 2017 has seen the strongest growth outlook for small business in two years according to ANZ’s Business Micro Scope survey>>[http://info.scoop.co.nz/ANZ_Bank_New_Zealand_Limited].
Local businesses exporting their products and services around the world are being encouraged to celebrate their success and enter the inaugural ExportNZ ASB Wellington Export Awards.
Entries for the 2017 Electra Kapiti Horowhenua Business Awards>> will open on 7 April, with two information evenings scheduled to be run in Levin and Paraparaumu on the 4th and 6th of April respectively.
Chris Whelan spoke to the Electra Business Breakfast on Wednesday morning (1st of March 2017) at the Southward Car Museum to about 70 business people.