If you're in business, this is the event of 2017 not to be missed. Attend seminars, win prizes and widen your business network at this year's Business Expo.
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The Wellington Region Business Expo 2017 is coming and it's going to be bigger and better than ever, with exhibitors covering three floors of the Westpac Stadium in central Wellington.
Visitors - see what’s on offer and catch a range of seminars running over one and a half days. Book yourself into the expo breakfast for some great networking, or take advantage of numerous expo-only offers and prize draws run by the exhibitors over the one and a half days.
There are a range of prestigious prizes to be won by those exhibiting at this event and along with the expo breakfast, there is the exhibitor-only post-expo networking event. With over 130 exhibitors and more than 1300 business connections to be made over these one and a half days, this is the networking event of the year for you and your business to be at.
Sponsors of this year's expo receive a fantastic sponsorship package with extended advertising of their brand across various media and in key locations. Sponsors also have the opportunity to run their own seminar and share their valuable expertise, to connect with even bigger numbers of attendees.
Visit by train, foot or by car, with plenty of parking available onsite.
Business Expo Breakfast
Thursday 21 September, 7.30 am – 9.00 am
Add the Business Expo Breakfast to your agenda.
This is your opportunity to benefit from our key note speaker's experience, humour and expertise. We have a different speaker each year and we can promise this year's guest speaker won't disappoint. These breakfast events are always popular and book out fast so be sure to book your place early. This event is open to everyone.
Bernard Hickey is a Wellington-based business and economic commentator with a knack for explaining how the economy is working to a broad audience. He has worked for 25 years in New Zealand and overseas for Fairfax, the FT Group, Reuters and Interest.co.nz. Bernard will talk about the prospects for Wellington's economy as the nation prepares for an election on September 23.