Te Ōhanga Māori 2018

We are pleased to let you know that Te Pūtea Matua, the Reserve Bank, has released its latest assessment of the Māori Economy – Te Ōhanga Māori 2018 – which paints a picture of the Māori economy as at 2018.

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Te Taitokerau Regional Trade Hui Postponed

Thank you all for your interest in attending our final regional trade hui in Kerikeri next week. Due to the unfolding COVID-19 community case in Northland we have made the decision to postpone our Regional Hui on Trade that was due to take place next week.

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End of year pānui

In our final pānui for the year, we reflect on the challenges and opportunities during 2020, what we’ve accomplished in the face of adversity, and our future view for 2021. You can read it read here.

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December pānui

Our latest pānui details feedback from the Whakatū Hui in Nelson, a recap on the new Regional International Economic Partnership Agreement and we highlight some trade updates from around the globe.

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Te Taumata – Whakatū Regional Hui of Trade

Hosted in Nelson this week, our Te Taumata – Whakatū Regional Hui of Trade brought together key trade negotiators and policy makers from Aotearoa and United Kingdom as well as ministers, foreign diplomats and Māori businesses.

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

CCAB delivers programs that facilitate the growth of Indigenous business, build relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous business, and ensure life-long learning for Indigenous entrepreneurs, and other Canadian business leaders. These efforts recognise the central role that Indigenous business and communities hold in the future of Canada.
Our mission is to promote, strengthen and enhance a prosperous Indigenous economy through the fostering of business relationships, opportunities and awareness for all of our members.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

The Ministry acts in the world to make New Zealanders safer and more prosperous.
E mahi ana te Manatū i te Ao kia whai haumaru me te whai rawa mo Aotearoa.
New Zealand’s security and prosperity depend on the conditions in, and our connections with, the wider world. This means we must engage with – and seek to influence – other countries to our advantage, in line with New Zealand’s values and interests including that of Maori.

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) is the government agency charged with helping New Zealand businesses to grow internationally.
We use our extensive knowledge and global networks to help exporters of all sizes make better decisions and connect to the right partners and investors.
We connect international businesses and investors with high-value growth opportunities in New Zealand.
By supporting New Zealand businesses, we boost New Zealand's economy and reputation, and help to share what's special about New Zealand with the rest of the world.

Callaghan Innovation

We are New Zealand's innovation agency. We activate innovation and help businesses grow faster for a better New Zealand.
We partner with ambitious businesses of all sizes, providing a range of innovation and research and development (R&D) services to suit each stage of growth.
Our people – including more than 200 of New Zealand’s leading scientists and engineers – empower innovators by connecting people, opportunities and networks, and providing tailored technical solutions, skills and capability development programmes, and grants co-funding.

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) plays a central role in shaping and delivering a strong New Zealand economy.
Our role is to create better outcomes for all New Zealanders, particularly by supporting business growth.
We are responsible for the delivery of advice, regulation and services that have a real impact on people, businesses and the environment within which they operate.