Free Breakfast Event for new Businesses in Southland
Building a successful business takes a lot of hard-work, self belief, passion and willingness to make things happen. But there are some other key essentials you’ll want to master if you really want to stand out from the crowd. Join us for a free breakfast event, where you’ll have the opportunity to meet other new business owners in the Southland region and hear from experts to help you build a successful business.
We’ll be joined by:
- Prue Halstead - Investment Manager at Invest South
- Jane Treadwell-Hoye - Co-Founder, ZeroPoint Ventures
- Krissy Sadler-Bridge - MYOB NZ Marketing Manager
- Michael Tither - Founder, The Plant Store founder
who will share their insights and savvy business know-how. They will cover areas such as the investment pathway - what do investors look for and what foundations should you put in place early on for later stage investments; what does it take to get a great idea off the ground; plus some areas to think about when starting to market your new business.
There’ll be coffee and breakfast provided too.
Register by 15th March to secure your spot.
ABOUT OUR GUEST PANELISTS
Prue is the Investment Manager for Invest South, a Southland based private equity fund investing in businesses connected to the South of New Zealand. Prue has a passion for helping to develop a transparent, cohesive and easily accessible investment pathway for all businesses in the region.
Jane is an internationally experienced business leader with specific expertise in leading strategic transformation and customer experience programmes. She focuses on innovation via people-centred design-thinking and disruptive approaches to problem solving. Jane engages with ZPV’s corporate, government and regional partners working with them to bring startup thinking and continuous innovation approaches to their organisations.
Krissy is based in Christchurch and heads up MYOB’s marketing team in New Zealand. She has more than 12 years of experience developing and executing marketing campaigns across traditional and digital platform