7 May 2019
If you're in business, this is the event of 2019 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 2019 is coming and it's going to be better than ever. This year we're at the new Lower Hutt Event Centre.
Visitors - see what’s on offer and catch a range of seminars running on the day. 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 on the day.
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 120 exhibitors and more than 2000 business connections to be made on the day, 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.
It's a great location and there is plenty of parking available.
Business Expo Breakfast
Tuesday 7 May, 7.30 am – 9.00 am
Add the Business Expo Breakfast to your agenda.
An informative Business Breakfast with Economist Bernard Hickey - An update on the economy.
Bernard Hickey will give a special presentation for the Hutt Chamber of Commerce on how the Wellington and New Zealand economies are traveling ahead of the upcoming ‘Wellbeing’ Budget. He’ll also detail why New Zealand must overcome its allergy to investing heavily and consistently over time in public infrastructure such as roads, rail, housing, health and education. He’ll highlight a $100 billion investment opportunity for any ambitious Government that is listening to international and local savers. Bernard will challenge, provoke and surprise attendees with a presentation on the potential for a great leap forward for our infrastructure and the economy. He will explain why savers are desperate to lend this Government tens of billions at less than 3.0 percent, and why there’s a chance it might happen after next year’s election.