Mar. 21 - 23, 2017 8:15am — 11:00am
Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton
With the objective of promoting business opportunities between Mexico and New Zealand and based on the earlier success of a seminar organised in Auckland in October 2016, the Embassy of Mexico in New Zealand set up a roadshow of business seminars around the country in coordination with the Mexican Trade Promotion Agency (ProMexico) and key partners including the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce (CECC), the Wellington Chamber of Commerce (WCC), Fieldays, Export New Zealand, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise and the Latin America New Zealand Business Council (LANZBC).
The seminars took place in Christchurch on March 21, Wellington on March 22 and Hamilton on March 23 and were attended by approximately 100 people (30 in Christchurch, 40 in Wellington and 30 in Hamilton), mainly business executives from across New Zealand, as well as public and private representatives from the Canterbury, Wellington and Waikato regions. This Mexican roadshow in New Zealand was warmly received by the business community.
Tue, Nov. 1, 2016 8:00am — 10:00am
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 128 Albert Street, Auckland
On November 1st The Agency of Cooperation and Investment of Medellín (ACI Medellín) and the Consulate of Colombia in Auckland, with the support of the Latin America New Zealand Business Council, organised a presentation about business opportunities in Medellín, Colombia.More Information
Thu, Oct. 6, 2016 8:00am — 10:30am
The Northern Club, 19 Princes Street, Auckland
On 6 October 2016 the Embassy of Mexico in New Zealand, in coordination with the ProMéxico Trade Commission in Australia and the Latin American New Zealand Business Council organized a seminar at the Northern Club in Auckland, New Zealand. Approximately 50 people attended, interested in learning about business opportunities in Mexico.More Information
Mon, Aug. 22, 2016 11:30am — 1:30pm
Brazilian Embassy, Level 13, Maritime Tower, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington
On August 22nd the LANZBC, in partnership with the Embassy of Brazil and Beso Wines, celebrated, in real-time, the closing of Rio de Janeiro's "iconic" Olympic Games. As scenes of the closing ceremony played in the background, LANZBC members and friends of the Council and the Embassy remembered the highlights and successes of these historic Games, the first time ever in South America.More Information
Fri, May. 27, 2016 7:30am
Kensington Swan, 18 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland
To cap off a rich period of outreach to members, the Council organised a breakfast event on 27 May with New Zealand's ambassadors to Latin America. Hosted in style by Kensington Swan in their Auckland premises, the event attracted almost 50 current, past and potential members, all of whom were treated to relevant and concise market information from the three speakers present.More Information
Tue, May. 24, 2016 5:00pm
Education New Zealand, Level 5, Lambton House, 160 Lambton Quay, Wellington
On Tuesday 24 May Education New Zealand's boardroom in Wellington filled to overflowing to hear Gustavo Richardson, the head of the New Zealand bilateral chapter for the Argentine Chamber of Commerce for Asia and the Pacific, talk about the new promise and direction of his country under its new President.More Information
Thu, May. 19, 2016 11:30am
Victoria University, Level 4, 50 Kitchener Street, Auckland
The first of three great May events for the Council took place on Thursday May 19th, when New Zealand's fifth-ranked minister the Hon. Paula Bennett addressed three dozen members or friends at Victoria University of Wellington's Auckland offices.
Fri, Mar. 11, 2016 8:00am — 10:00am
The third and final session of the LANZBC/ExportNZ roadshow saw breakfast served in the offices of ExportNZ Bay of Plenty on 11 March. LANZBC President Matthew O'Meagher was joined by Consul-General of Colombia Juan Carlos Cadena and Felipe Aguilera of Oasis Engineering in delivering an informative session to the Tauranga-based organisations in attendance.
Thu, Mar. 10, 2016 5:30pm — 7:00pm
A 'Spotlight on Latin America' after-5 function in Auckland marked the second leg of the LANZBC/ExportNZ roadshow on 10 March.
Thu, Mar. 10, 2016 7:00am — 9:30am
The LANZBC / ExportNZ mini-roadshow got off to a great start with a breakfast session in the City Co-op Function Room of SkyCity in Hamilton on 10 March. After croissants and coffee, over 30 attendees from 26 organisations sat down for an informative, and entertaining seminar on the various intracacies of the Latin American market.
Wed, Feb. 17, 2016 5:00pm — 7:00pm
Brazilian Embassy, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington
On February 17, the Ambassador of Brazil, HE Eduardo Gradilone, hosted a presentation at the Brazilian Embassy given by the Governor of Goiás, Marconi Perillo, during his first visit to New Zealand. The presentation was co-hosted with LANZBC and the Wellington Chamber of Commerce.
Dec. 1 - 5, 2015 All Day
Buenos Aires, Argentina
On 1 December, 2015 Air New Zealand had it's inaugural flight to Argentina, which involved a week packed with events in Buenos Aires. LANZBC President Matthew O'Meagher and it's Vice-President, Leandro Cavalcanti were part of the delegation that celebrated this historic moment. During the occasion, Air New Zealand signed an MoU to promote tourism and trade activities with Argentina's National Institute of Tourism Promotion as well -- and our platinum sponsor LAN continues to offer its own vitally important flights between Auckland and Santiago too -- there is no doubt New Zealand-Latin American business connections are ready for their own take-off!More Information
Mon, Nov. 30, 2015 5:00pm — 7:00pm
NZTE, 6th floor, 139 Quay Street, Auckland
As a close observer of the TPP negotiations and former trade official, Stephen Jacobi, Executive Director of the NZ International Business Forum, discussed the evolution of this agreement and its evolving prospects. Stephen commented on aspects of the TPP that have not dominated debates but which are of great interest to our Council: the new FTAs it creates with Mexico and Peru, and the way it inserts these countries, our country, and Chile into pioneering new trade arrangements linking Asia, Australasia and the Americas.More Information
Oct. 21 - 23, 2015 All Day
Victoria University’s Law Faculty, Wellington
Practising lawyers and academics from New Zealand, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina shared their deep knowledge of commercial law and human rights. Organised and hosted by Victoria University’s Law Faculty, the symposium included an LANZBC-sponsored afternoon session on ‘Doing Business with Brazil’. The session began with papers on domestic and international arbitration and choice of law clauses in Brazilian contracts from visiting experts Adriana Braghetta and Paolo Nalin, who highlighted the strength of Brazilian institutions.More Information
Thu, Oct. 15, 2015 5:00pm — 7:00pm
Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC), 605 Ruakura Rd, Newstead, Hamilton
The LANZBC, with support from New Zealand Trade & Enterprises organised a networking event for members and non-members in Hamilton. Some outstanding networking took place, as 16 companies and 25 guests attended a seminar on 'Lessons and Forecasts from New Zealand Agri-tech Exporters'. The evening featured a panel of speakers from leading Waikato-based organisations Gallagher, Shoof International and LIC.More Information
Sat, Sep. 26, 2015 5:00pm — 8:00pm
St Andrews Conference Centre, The Terrace, Wellington
LANZBC was the proud sponsor of the 2nd annual Latin American Network Businesses and Professionals event held on 26 September.
Fri, Jun. 19, 2015 12:00pm — 1:00pm
Victoria University, Level 4, 50 Kitchener Street, Auckland
Minister Stephen Joyce, whose portfolios include Economic Development, Science and Innovation, and Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, spoke at an event in Victoria University’s new Auckland offices hosted by LANZBC and the Victoria Institute for Links with Latin America (VILLA).
The Minister spoke to a lunchtime audience of 40 businesses and educational institutions about the opportunities for New Zealand trade he saw during his April mission to Chile, Colombia and Brazil.More Information