Regional business the focus of directors function

The Power of Governance in the Provinces.

The Power of Governance in the Provinces.

Kirsten Patterson.

If you are in business, there is an event in Gisborne tomorrow focusing on the importance of your regional business and how it contributes to economic growth.

Institute of Directors will host the function, with chief executive Kirsten Patterson the guest speaker.

Called The Power of Governance in the Provinces, the event is at Electric Village, 37 Gladstone Road, from 5.30 to 7.30pm.

Ms Patterson says staying on top of international trends and disruptive technologies is crucial to continuing good governance.

“The regions contribute a huge amount to our economy and are an important driver of New Zealand’s economic growth.”

The event is free for members of the Institute of Directors, while non-members can buy tickets for $25.

  • To take advantage of this opportunity, and network with your peers, register here.

If you are in business, there is an event in Gisborne tomorrow focusing on the importance of your regional business and how it contributes to economic growth.

Institute of Directors will host the function, with chief executive Kirsten Patterson the guest speaker.

Called The Power of Governance in the Provinces, the event is at Electric Village, 37 Gladstone Road, from 5.30 to 7.30pm.

Ms Patterson says staying on top of international trends and disruptive technologies is crucial to continuing good governance.

“The regions contribute a huge amount to our economy and are an important driver of New Zealand’s economic growth.”

The event is free for members of the Institute of Directors, while non-members can buy tickets for $25.

  • To take advantage of this opportunity, and network with your peers, register here.
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