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Representing members who reside in the Bay of Plenty region. Member events are generally held in Tauranga. Events are also held in Rotorua, Taupō and Whakatāne.
Annual awards dinner with special guest, Tā Mark Solomon KNZM
Essentials of Directorship in Tauranga
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Our vision is to help members build better businesses, to prosper both the public and private sector through excellence in governance. To build awareness and competency in governance in both the SME’s and Māori interests, while engaging experienced directors to our membership activities.
Our third annual awards dinner, including the announcement of the Emerging Director Award 2018
Developing and governing a successful family business
Developing and governing a successful family business, in association with Taupo Chamber of Commerce
Chartered Membership pathway – is it for me?
Panel lunch event with John Loughlin, Independent Chair of the Meat Industry Association and Ian Proudfoot, Global head of Agribusiness for KPMG New Zealand.
Bay of Plenty Branch Second Annual Fellows Only Dinner, with special guest Whaimutu Dewes, Chair for Ngäti Porou Forests
Hear first-hand perspectives from leading Māori directors, involved in the dynamic and evolving $50 billion dollar Māori economy.
Referencing the Four Pillars of Governance Best Practice, this workshop will support you in building governance capability.
No nasty surprises, thank you!
Understand the role and fundamental responsibilities of a board.
Gain a comprehensive overview of the key financial information you require to confidently perform your duties.
Gain an understanding of the fundamentals of strategy development from the board’s perspective.
If you have any enquiries regarding membership or Bay of Plenty events please get in touch with our branch manager.
The Bay of Plenty Branch committee members are Dr Bev Edlin (Chair), Des Hammond, Kim Lorigan, Bryan Graham, Wayne Bielby, Dr Wayne Beilby, Laurissa Cooney, Colin Baskin and Vivienne Scott.
The Bay of Plenty Branch acknowledges the generous support of