E hika mā, kuhu mai ki to tatou whare!
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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
Te Taumata urges New Zealand and its trade partners to carefully consider China’s request to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) as it has the potential to present significant benefits for Māori enterprise. China's...
Te Taumata has decided to postpone the Waikato-Tainui trade hui in light of the current COVID-19 outbreak and lockdown. The hui, which focuses on Sustainable Investment, Trade and Māori, was scheduled to go ahead on 15-16 September. However, Te Taumata and our...
Te Taumata is thrilled to put its support behind the launch of two new philanthropic grants to support Māori in the pursuit of excellence and community leadership. The Tonganui Scholarship and the Pou Herenga Tangata Award will help give Māori the tools to grow, lead...
Te Taumata is proud to support the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono business internships, which offer invaluable experience and opportunities for rangatahi interested in Asia business and culture. The deadline to apply for the internships...
Māori trade group Te Taumata is applauding what it understands could be an “imminent” Agreement in Principle for the pending Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Aotearoa New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Te Taumata chairman, Chris Karamea Insley says its group is...
A confronting new report, released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has painted a stark picture of the damaging consequences of global warming. The report, authored by 200 scientists and drawing on more than 14,000 studies, has found human-induced...
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