Farming for Change Expo

Wednesday 16 October, 2019 from 10am to 3pm Whanganui War Memorial Centre, Watt Street, Whanganui This is your chance to hear from a range of speakers who have diversified their land use and made changes to their farming business. See the full schedule of speakers below: 9am: Registrations open – tea/coffee available 10am: Opening welcome by local iwi 10.15: Housekeeping …

Whanganui & Partners Bulletin – Oct 2019

The latest edition of our newsletter is out now. You can view it online to read about what our team has been up to and the new developments impacting the sectors we focus on. If you’d like to be added to our mailing list, you can fill out our sign up form.

Whanganui & Partners Bulletin – August 2019

The latest edition of our newsletter is out now. You can view it online to read about what our team has been up to and the new developments impacting the sectors we focus on. If you’d like to be added to our mailing list, you can fill out our sign up form.

Hemp Info Session

Interested in the opportunities in the medicinal plant industry? The soils and micro-climates across Whanganui and Rangitikei create excellent growing conditions for hemp, which mean excellent conditions for growing businesses. If you’re keen, come along to an information session on 30 July. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the hemp industry, the opportunities, the regulations and how …

Whanganui & Partners Bulletin July 2019

Whanganui & Partners’ newsletter come out every six weeks and includes updates from all of our Strategic Leads, our Chief Executive and Board Chair. It’s a great way to stay informed about our activities and learn about new projects and events. Check out our latest newsletter here. You can subscribe to our newsletter here.

Public and Stakeholder Forum

On Tuesday, May 14, Whanganui & Partners held a Public & Stakeholder Forum. Our Board Chair, Myles Fothergill, and our Chief Executive, Mark Ward, presented updates on the Whanganui economy, Whanganui & Partners’ projects, and shared our organisation’s plans for the year ahead. You can download a copy of the presentation here.

Event- Westpac Economic Update and Lunch

Westpac, in conjunction with Whanganui & Partners, the Whanganui Chamber of Commerce and Te Manu Atatu, are hosting an economic talk and lunch at the Cooks Garden Event Centre from noon to 2:30pm on 23 May. There is no cost to attend, but please RSVP by 20th May (this helps us plan the catering and ensures everyone gets lunch!). At …

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Exciting Opportunities At Whanganui And Partners

Strategic Lead – Agribusiness Whanganui is one of the leading food, wool and wood producing regions of New Zealand with a successful history in farming, processing and marketing around the world.  The district’s economy is growing faster than the national average and supports a sophisticated manufacturing sector.  The district is renowned for its unique lifestyle options, education, creative industries and …

Pop Up Business School – Whanganui 2019

The PopUp Business School was back in Whanganui in 2019, with a group of 74 budding entrepreneurs (up from 34 last year) learning new business skills and gaining the confidence to take the next step on their business journey.  Each day of the ten-day course was made up of two workshops and a guest speaker. The workshops tackled practical topics, …

Update Bulletin – February 2019

*|MC:SUBJECT|* *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* View this email in your browser Kia ora koutou Greetings and best wishes for 2019.  On behalf of the Whanganui & Partners Board I would like to thank all of Whanganui for your ongoing support for our team, and the city we love so dearly. Our district is in a fantastic place right now and we are positioned …