E hika mā, kuhu mai ki to tatou whare!
We’re the government’s first port of call for trade discussions with Māori. With a network of more than 700+ whānau followers, we work with Māori businesses to deliver better trade outcomes for Māori and a more prosperous future for our whānau and communities.
Māori AND TRADE
Covid-19 has triggered unprecedented change where one-in-four whānau jobs are now at risk.
Māori businesses will play a significant role in post-lockdown recovery, employing whānau to produce products and services to be traded again with other countries.
It is through hard work and knowledge that we will achieve.
Mā te kaha o te mahi i roto i te mātauranga, ka whakawhiwhia.
– Danny Poihipi (Te Whanau a Apanui)
OUR LATEST PĀNUI
Kia ora tātou, 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. The report is a fact-based...
Māori trade organisation, Te Taumata, says today’s signing of an upgrade to the free trade agreement between New Zealand and China will provide further opportunities for Māori exporters and businesses, while protecting the rights of Māori. Read more in our latest...
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. This...
Registrations are now open for our final regional hui on trade in Northland on Tuesday 2 February. The hui, to be held at the Turner Centre in Kerikeri and online, is the fourth and final in our series around the country. At the hui you’ll get the chance to kōrero...
2021 INDIGI-X virtual exchange Applications are now open for our next INDIGI-X virtual exchange!Kicking off on 19 February (NZT), we will select up to 24 delegates from around the world to join our bi-annual virtual exchange program. During the program we’ll meet...
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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