Connecting Māori Businesses with Contract Opportunities

Nov. 18, 2021, 10:36 a.m.

Amotai (formerly known as He Waka Eke Noa) promotes the growth of Māori and Pasifika entrepreneurship through smarter use of procurement and supply chains. Missy Armstrong, Manu Huia/Relationship Manager for Te Tai Tokerau talks us about the campaign to connect Māori businesses from Te Tai Tokerau with contract opportunities within the Government and the corporate sector by joining Amotai. All they have to do is be at least 50 percent Māori owned, it is that simple.

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