Stay up-to-date with developments in the New Zealand economy – and how they affect your industry or region. In November, Gareth Kiernan (Chief Forecaster) will be visiting a number of centres across New Zealand, presenting insights from our latest Economic, Building, and Transport Forecasts.
Business clients, local government, and training organisations use these presentations as input into their strategic planning process, or as a useful “heads up” for senior managers. Coupling our presentations with a business breakfast or lunch is also a great way to enhance your relationships with your own customers or stakeholders.
These seminars can be booked for any time of the day or evening that suits your company (be it breakfast, lunch, dinner or even just an informal get-together you may want to have around morning or afternoon tea). You are welcome to invite as many colleagues/employees/customers as you wish.
The seminars are tailored to suit individual clients’ requirements and are delivered at your offices or other venue of your choice. They are both informative and entertaining and bring to life the written forecast, which contains the latest valuable information regarding economic conditions. At the conclusion of the presentation there will be ample opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
The current tour schedule is as follows:
02 – 03 November: Christchurch
09 – 11 November: Auckland
12 – 13 November: Hamilton
17 November: Whangarei
18 – 19 November: Queenstown
(As we are based in Wellington, we can accommodate most dates requested for bookings in Wellington.)
There is a significant saving if you are able to book a time-slot when Gareth is already in your region, but these dates are not mandatory and we will do our best to accommodate a date that suits you (work schedules permitting).
The presentation lasts between 45 and 90 minutes, depending on your requirements. Pricing is available on request.
If you would like to book a seminar or require any more information, please contact Aneta Bond: (04) 473 0630
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