The Wellington Business Network membership is open. We meet every six weeks or so on a Tuesday at Avida Restaurant & Bar, Wellington.

A guest speaker is invited to each event to give a brief presentation on a topical issue and each meeting concludes with a tapas lunch. Read more.

Lunchtime on 28 August with Martin Matthews, former Secretary for Transport

When Martin was Secretary for Transport he advocated for new thinking about the future of mobility and transport. 21st century solutions are now possible to address the transport problems of modern cities. Martin will share his vision on the future of mobility and transport. Read more and register.

PAST EVENTS

Brian Steele

Lunchtime on 3 July was with Brian Steele founder of Giddy Up 

Brian will outline the journey to engage in corporate – community partnering where doing good has become as important as doing well.

Mark Clare

Lunchtime on 29 May with Mark Clare of Clare of investment bank, Clare Capital

Mark discussed two significant themes within the context of the technology sector in both Wellington and New Zealand. 

Lunchtime on 17 April with Wellington mayor Justin Lester 

Justine Lester was our guest speaker for our second event of 2018.

Lunchtime on 6 March with Tui Te Hau, General Manager of Mahuki - the Innovation Hub at Te Papa

Tui Te Hau was our guest speaker on Tuesday, 6 March 2018.

 

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Madam Butterfly - Eternity Opera Company

After their critically acclaimed debut production of “Don Giovanni” in 2016 and “The Marriage of Figaro” in 2017, Eternity Opera is returning with Puccini’s 1903 masterpiece “Madam Butterfly”. “Madam Butterfly” follows a beautifully traced arc for the title character, from the young bride who renounces her religion to embrace all... Keep Reading

 

Lunchtime on 28 August with Martin Matthews, former Secretary for Transport

We are pleased to advise that Martin Matthews, former Secretary for Transport, has agreed to be our guest speaker for our August event. When Martin was Secretary for Transport he advocated for new thinking about the future of mobility and transport. 21st century solutions are now possible to address the transport problems of modern cities. The... Keep Reading

 
 
 
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