Nelson Tasman Chamber Business Events

BNZ and Chamber Luncheon with Tony Alexander, BNZ Chief Economist

BNZ and Chamber Luncheon with Tony Alexander, BNZ Chief Economist

Wed 2 May 20181:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Grand Mercure Nelson Monaco, 6 Point Road, Monaco, Nelson, 7011

Come join the BNZ and the Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce for this special event with Chief Economist Tony Alexander from BNZ. Tony is an accomplished public speaker in demand and each year delivers between 80 and 130 presentations at bank seminars, conferences, and client functions around the country and offshore.

Business Building Blocks Workshop – Mission Possible – Managing the Not Quite Bad Enough

Business Building Blocks Workshop – Mission Possible – Managing the Not Quite Bad Enough

Thu 3 May 20189:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Chapman Employment Relations, 56 Waimea Road, Nelson

There are some truly difficult employees out there. The very bad can be dismissed with relative ease - following proper process of course. The ones that operate at just below what is acceptable, or they do the job required but create ill will and discontent in the team in the process, are the more difficult to manage effectively.

Business Building Block Workshop: Creating and maintaining Personal Wealth from Business Success

Business Building Block Workshop: Creating and maintaining Personal Wealth from Business Success

Wed 9 May 201812:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce, 63 Trafalgar Street, Nelson

Euan will chair a discussion group on how business owners can invest dividends they receive from their business and capital proceeds from the sale of their businesses to achieve wealth outside their business.

Business Building Block Workshop: Employment Law Changes

Business Building Block Workshop: Employment Law Changes

Thu 17 May 20189:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Duncan Cotterill, 197 Bridge Street, Nelson

The changing employment law landscape under the Labour-led coalition will be discussed at this workshop, including expected changes to paid parental leave, 90-day trial periods, minimum wage and rest and meal breaks. If you are an employer you need to register!

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IOD Chamber Luncheon - Governance of family or privately controlled companies

Wed 23 May 201812:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Trailways Hotel, 66 Trafalgar Street, Nelson

IoD and Chamber Luncheon with panel discussion in association with Crowe Horwath. How to survive a family owned or private company? The panel comprises of experienced directors, will focus on the governance of family or privately controlled companies from the perspective of owners and independent directors.

Business Building Block Workshop: Commerce Act changes all businesses need to be aware of

Business Building Block Workshop: Commerce Act changes all businesses need to be aware of

Tue 29 May 201812:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Pitt & Moore, 78 Selwyn Place, Nelson

The application of the new (broader) Commerce Act means restrictions to business. This session will provide an overview of the new law, how it might apply to your business and what you can do in practice to make sure you don’t fall foul of it. An important topic for any trading business.

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Business Building Block Workshop: Supporting Mental Wellness in your Workplace

Fri 1 Jun 20188:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Hemisphere Health Ltd, 8 Cambridge Street, Richmond

Employers have a responsibility and opportunity to support employee’s health in the workplace. With the rise in mild to moderate mental health diagnoses, more companies will be facing this issue. Dr Scott Newburn, Occupational Medicine Specialist will take you through everything you need to know.

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Aspire Conference 2018 - attracting, retaining and developing our workforce to strengthen the region's opportunity for growth.

Thu 7 Jun 20188:45 AM - 5:15 PM

Rutherford Hotel, Trafalgar Square, Nelson, 7010

With the seasonal labour shortage declared in Tasman last week, and Nelson Tasman having the lowest unemployment rate across the country, it is critical for our region's businesses to have clear plans and strategies in place to develop their workforce to enable economic growth. The Chamber has identified this as top priority for our region, so you won't want to miss this one-day event.