This year Te Awe Wellington Maori Business Network will be holding the Te Awe Maori Governance Conference. This is the first year this event has been held and will not be one to be missed!
Te Awe Wellington Māori Business Network is delighted to host its 2014 Charity Golf Classic. We would like to invite financial members to this not-to-be-missed event. You will have the opportunity to participate in an Ambrose style golf competition with other members of the Wellington Māori Business Community and its sponsors. The profits from this year’s classic will go to the Te Taiohitoa o Te Awe – The Young Champions Programme and Te Herenga Waka Marae.
Just a reminder that the Te Awe AGM is being held tonight at Te Raukura at 5pm for a 5.15pm start followed by the Te Awe Christmas Celebration. Come along and help us celebrate the success of Maori business and the holiday season!
Printed copies of the Te Awe Annual Report 2013 will be available at the Te Awe AGM on Thursday 12th December 2013 at Te Raukura at 5pm.
On Thursday 28th November at Te Raukura, Te Awe held a Strategic Plan Workshop.
On Thursday 31st October the Te Taiohitoa o Te Awe – Young Champions Class of 2013 End of Year Celebration was held at the Te Wharewaka o Poneke Function Centre
This month Te Awe are mixing it up with a number of various indigenous people and they want YOU to be a part of it!
On Wednesday 8th of August, Te Awe was proud to present an evening of Maori Women and Business. The evening included an impressive lineup of Maori women sharing and addressing a range of topics relating to Maori Women and Business. The line up included Michelle Hippolite, first woman CEO of Te Puni Kokiri, Liz Kelly, Deputy Mayor, Porirua City Council and Mara and Careene Andrews of Kāhui Tautoko Consulting Ltd.
Put your apron and baker’s hat on and join us for the annual Great Te Awe Matariki Cook-Off!