The Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce has surveyed its membership and made its submission to NZTA on options for improving Nelson’s arterial roading network. Continue reading Road survey results
A survey of our membership is showing strong support for the creation of the Southern Link arterial route. Continue reading Businesses strongly support Southern Link
New laws – effective from 4 April 2016 – have resulted from a review into the Pike River mine tragedy which found NZ stacked up really poorly against other countries in workplace health and safety. Continue reading New Health and Safety legislation
NZTA is looking for feedback on the best way to improve the performance of arterial routes between Annesbrook Drive and Haven Rd roundabouts as part of its Southern Link investigation. Continue reading Southern link survey
We’re delighted that Christchurch brothers-in-law Duane Major and Adam Gard’ner are going to be guest speakers at our Crowe Horwath luncheon on Tuesday, April 26. Continue reading Meet the boys who bought us a beach
Date: Tuesday 31 May
Time: 11.30am – 1pm
Venue: Trailways Hotel, 66 Trafalgar
Join us for an event and panel discussion on our future (inc) paper Fast Forward: Leading in a Brave New World of Diversity.
Local panel will discuss what these shifts mean for leaders, how to be a highly inclusive leader and what we are seeing in the region in relation to diversity. The panel is comprised of :
Dot Kettle, CEO, Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce
Matt Lawrey, Councillor, Nelson City Council
Jasmine Cannon, Director of People and Organisation Development NMIT
The Panel discussion will be facilitated by Nick Dalgety FCA, Local Leadership Team Chair for Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
HP Channel Director Cedric Edwards says businesses need to think quickly about how they can use digital disruption to their advantage. Continue reading Digital disruption
The chamber is planning to provide some brief feedback to Nelson City Council on its draft annual plan for 2016/17. Since much of what is proposed was signalled in last year’s Long Term Plan, our focus is on getting members to tell us how they rank the following proposed projects; Continue reading What Nelson projects are priorities?
Trade Minister Hon Todd McClay told our chamber luncheon today that the TPP will result in tarriff savings in seafood, horticulture and wine exports, particularly to Japan and the USA. Continue reading TPP benefits for Nelson
New Health and Safety laws are due to take effect next week (April 4). Continue reading Are you up-to-date on Health and Safety?