NEW Mangere Business Series - starting Thurs 22nd Nov.
Mangere Local Economic Development Working Group is proud to present the Mangere Business Series. This series of business knowledge sharing events offers an interactive learning and development opportunity to help you to get your business idea either off the ground, or as successful as you know it can be!
Every 6 weeks we’ll be holding an evening event, where local residents can meet-up and learn about running a business and share their knowledge with each other. For each event we’ll be inviting guest speakers, ranging from local business owners to creative entrepreneurs. Our speakers will provide insights and learnings on a variety of useful topics.
The purpose of our Mangere Business Series is to help you support your own business and creative endeavours. Whether this be getting a idea off the ground, building financial sustainability into your existing business, or finding others to collaborate with and be inspired by. Our events will be informal and relaxed, with food and drinks, so that you can enjoy it and make the most of this opportunity together.
Come along to our first event:
Topic: What business structure suits you?
Thursday 22nd Nov, 6pm to 7:30pm
Mangere Arts Centre, Free.
Peter Sykes [ME Family Services] “once we get our purpose and values sorted out we can make any structure work”
Tenari and Ruta [Milan Motors] “I was ready to lock up the shop and walk out. I was too busy responding to the needs I don’t have time to meet others”
Toko Manuel [RepFM] “Using our voices to connect and promote each other”
To register and save your seat email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 19th Nov.
If you’ve any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Renee Tanner, Mangere Otahuhu Arts Broker email@example.com, 0211496707
Please share this FREE business development opportunity with anyone you know who would benefit and be interested in coming along - follow and “share” the Mangere Business Series Facebook event here
The Mangere Business Series is put together and supported by MEFS ME Family Services, Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED), Cook Islands Development Agency NZ (CIDANZ). Māngere Ōtāhuhu Arts, Niue Community Trust.
[image: Mangere Bridge Photographer: Clint Maxwell]