WOMANZ Waitangi Day Celebration

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Herbert Smith Freehills

101 Collins Street

L42

Melbourne, VIC 3000

Australia

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You’re invited to join WOMANZ and NZTE members, the New Zealand Consulate and other special guests for a unique celebration of what has become New Zealand’s national day. Last year the event was full with over 85 attendees. This year will be no exception with our Te Hononga O Nga Iwi Maori Party and a special raffle to win a long weekend at a property in the idyllic Matakana town just out of Warkworth (90 mins north of Auckland), sponsored by WOMANZ team member Jo Fisher.

Always a stirring and memorable event, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Waitangi Day 2017 marks the 177th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand’s founding document. Signed on February 6th 1840 by representatives of the British Crown and over 500 Maori chiefs, this document made New Zealand a part of the British Empire, guaranteed Maori rights to their land and gave Maori the rights of British subjects.

Light refreshments will be served.

This is a free event with thanks to our event sponsors NZTE and Herbert Smith Freehills.

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Herbert Smith Freehills

101 Collins Street

L42

Melbourne, VIC 3000

Australia

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Organiser WOMANZ

Organiser of WOMANZ Waitangi Day Celebration

WOMANZ (Women of Australia and New Zealand) is an informal network of predominantly Australian-based business women who have a ‘Kiwi connection’ in common.

We’re interested in building business friendships, helping each other be even more successful, contributing to the business community and having fun, Kiwi style!

It’s not essential to be a New Zealander but you need some kind of affinity or link to New Zealand. For instance, you might:

  • Be a New Zealander now living in Australia
  • Be a New Zealander living elsewhere in Australia but travelling to Melbourne regularly
  • Have lived and worked in New Zealand
  • Have a Kiwi partner
  • Work for a New Zealand organisation
  • Do business on both sides of the Tasman
  • Support the All Blacks!

Although the network is for women, we welcome the involvement of the men in our lives and look forward to coming together as an extended Australasian business community. 

Visit our WOMANZ LinkedIn group or keep up to date on our website

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