tehumeka-admin

About Tehumeka Admin

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Tehumeka Admin has created 4 blog entries.

IP In The Morning …. A Must For Everybody

IP In The Morning …. A Must For Everybody

Kia ora Whānau
Bring all your IP Questions!

Te Hūmeka, in conjunction with James & Wells, is pleased to announce an event all about protecting what you value, which is being held on Thursday 4 October. This event is open to all business owners and entrepreneurs in the Waikato region, in particular, Māori business owners, and will give attendees the chance to learn from Ceri who has a vast amount of experience in a number of different fields.

Date: Thursday 4 October
Time: 7.30am – 9am
Venue: James and Wells Hamilton – Level 12, KPMG Centre, 85 Alexandra Street
RSVP: by COB Monday 1 October 2018
Email: stacey.fifield@mccawlewis.co.nz
Kim Hill – 021 243 8546

If you are interested in attending please RSVP.
LIMITED SPACES!

IP In The Morning …. A Must For Everybody 2018-09-19T11:12:33+00:00

Te Hūmeka has partnered with CL2IMB!

Kia ora Whānau!

You are invited to attend the CL2IMB Kirikiriroa event on 26 July 2018 at Waikato Innovation Park, 1 Melody Lane, Ruakura, Hamilton from 3pm – 7pm.

CL2IMB – Collaborative Leadership 2 Inspire Māori Business is a four-hour event designed to share information, opportunities and connections to support and accelerate Māori business success. The event is a collaboration between provider organisations, agencies and Māori enterprise. Funding, training, mentors, loans, accelerator programmes and more.

Check out some of the speakers and topics below.

More speakers to be announced on the official CL2IMB website including, Employers and Manufacturer’s Association, Waikato Innovation Park and NZ Māori Tourism.

More information can be found on the CL2IMB website.
RSVP by 23 July 2018

Te Hūmeka has partnered with CL2IMB! 2018-08-09T13:02:51+00:00

Cultural Debrief: Exploring Entrepreneurship in Aotearoa from a Māori Perspective

Is entrepreneurship really that important for Māori? If so, why? How do we empower Māori enterprises?

Download the presentation slides here: Maori Entreprenuership Presentation

WHEN: Thursday 23 July 2015
TIME: 5.30pm – 8pm
VENUE: Speight’s Ale House, 30 Liverpool Street, Hamilton
COST: $10

b3a88dc3-e9e7-4dab-bbad-aa6ed0ac315dJoe Hanita is an accountant at KPMG. He is also an executive member of Ngā Kaitatau Māori o Aotearoa (NKMoA), for which his personal vision is to develop a sustainable and relevant organisation that adds value to its members.

 

 

 

 

 

2d5e30d7-52dd-4fc7-a7fd-8985d3a7ff2dKim is the owner and director of Stratigi. Her company is dedicated to caring for and enhancing mana, self-determination and cultural integrity, promoting an enterprise culture among Māori and improving the productivity of Māori commercial assets.

Kim is also one of the founding members of Te Hūmeka and one of its current chairs. Kim is passionate about Māori economic success, and in particular about closing the gap between Māori and non-Māori in business relations.
 

Cultural Debrief: Exploring Entrepreneurship in Aotearoa from a Māori Perspective 2018-06-06T20:30:16+00:00