Maori in Business Leading Change

Nov. 6, 2017, 4:24 p.m.

Auriole Ruka talks about Maori in Business at the recent InnoNative Markets held in Whangarei.

Whakapapa enables Maori to work in the gaps and build in those gaps by using that link to available resources that contribute to the regional economic development. Save money to make money works when Maori businesses work together in a collaborative manner to purchase collectively quality goods and services from one provider.

Knowing what support is out there and who funds new business ideas, provides training and mentoring is easier when Maori in businesses work together be it rural or urban.

Maori Businesses are leading change and creating a platform for a new ways to do business.

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