For every businesses out there in Kapiti Coast this is for you to know...
Business Support Network Launched for Kapiti
Local businesses who have been impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown can now turn to
professional advisers in Kapiti for free initial advice on how to move forward as the economy
enters recovery mode.
A group of local professionals have formed a business support network, sponsored by the
Kapiti Economic Development Agency (KEDA), offering their services in a wide range of
fields including financial and accountancy advice, human resources management, legal
advice, information technology, e-commerce, supply chain management, marketing, mental
wellbeing and business mentoring.
Liz Koh, Chair of KEDA, says the support from local professionals has been overwhelmingly
positive. ‘I am blown away by the response we have had to this initiative. It just goes to show
what a caring community we have. It also demonstrates a recognition that we are all in this
together – that if we help others succeed, we will all succeed.’
Support is accessed online at www.BusinessSupportNetwork.nz... which contains a directory of
advisers offering help. Businesses can contact advisers directly using the contact details
shown or register for free as needing help in specific areas. Resources such as key
documents, important links, up-coming and pre-recorded webinars can also be found on the
site, and there is a forum where businesses can discuss issues that are of concern to them. The
website has been founded by KEDA member Glen Olsen, a specialist in the positive
transformation of business through technological innovation.
Olsen says that once successfully established in Kapiti, he plans to roll the Business Support
Network out to other regions in New Zealand, creating a nationwide support network.
The Kāpiti Coast has the potential to be one of the fastest growing regions in New Zealand in
the coming decades and it's vital that we don’t let the opportunities before us slip by. To that
end, a group of leading Kapiti business and professional people have volunteered their time
to establish the Kapiti Economic Development Agency (KEDA), which aims to connect
locals who are passionate about the Kāpiti Coast with innovative projects that will help
support more jobs, higher incomes, and maintain the great lifestyle that makes Kāpiti the
place we love to call home.
Members of the community with skills and interests in Economic Development are
encouraged to join KEDA at www.keda.nz...
About the Business Support Network
Small & medium-sized businesses in New Zealand are finding themselves in a changing and
challenging environment. Many of these businesses need support from the wider New
Zealand business community and professionals.
Our mission is to provide an efficient platform, through which professionals and business can
come together to minimize the longer-term economic and likely mental-wellbeing impacts of
the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Business Support Network is free for both professionals and businesses to join at
For more information contact:
Ph 021 313339
Ph 0224 169 770
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Very frustrated this afternoon, to find out an event I am trying to promote in the "What's On" Column (Chess on the Blue Train), gets no mention. I appreciate space is limited and the editor has the final say, but when 9 out of 12 in the column are promoting events outside Kapiti,(7 in the Hutt Valley, including the Upper Hutt Chess Club!!) I am starting to wonder where their allegiances lie!!
this game is no longer produced and i was wondering if anyone is willing to sell me theirs please? my son with autism loves it (his speech & language theripist has one)
Cariboo by Cranium ref pic attached.
thanks v much