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Phil O'Reilly to share his knowledge at free event 18 July 2012

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:42 PM

Apologies for the lateness in posting this online, maybe some of you can attend who live in or close to Waikato region.

We are sure he will appreciate a late walk-up crowd, as RSVP closed on 13th...

Top executive to share his knowledge at free event


Saturday, June 23, 2012 13:00

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More than 150 business people will gather to hear BusinessNZ chief executive, Phil O'Reilly speak in Hamilton on July 18.

As head of New Zealand's largest business advocacy group, O'Reilly represents thousands of businesses of all sizes. He will discuss Business in New Zealand - where to from here?

Event hosts Novell Gopal, of Regional Business Partner Waikato and Mary Jensen of Waikato Engineering Careers Association, said the free event is an opportunity for businesses to hear from an insightful leader of global standing.

"Phil brings a valuable message on how business capability and the right connections create prosperity. He knows what New Zealand is about when it comes to business."

The BusinessNZ group includes four regional business associations, the Major Companies Group, Export NZ, more than 70 affiliated industry associations and Buy NZ Made.

The group's goal is New Zealand's prosperity through successful business.

O'Reilly works with government and other key decision makers on issues of concern to business and the economy.

Those attending the event, to be held at the Bill Gallagher Centre at Wintec from 4.30pm, will have an opportunity to ask O'Reilly questions. RSVP to [email protected] by July 13.

Regional Business Partner Waikato allocates government business support in the region. The programme has allocated tens of thousands of dollars to increase business capabilities and millions of dollars to research and development in the region.

Waikato Engineering Careers Association is a member-funded organisation formed in 2003.

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