Business Seminars for Migrant Communities & Entrepreneurs.
8th, July 2014
University of Canterbury,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
The objective of these talks is to empower migrant entrepreneurs
and local businesses in Christchurch, to get together and network
to further co-develop the migrant communities business ventures.
"This event was successfully achieved
with the help of participant organizations, Canterbury University and local
community groups. This event promoted the networking, information and contacts needed to further develop
the social structures so we can generate bigger projects all together. This event was a response to the need for an improved organization
between community groups working for the betterment of Christchurch, actively
involved on the re-build of our city and communities
This seminars were aimed at the
entrepreneurs among the minorities migrant communities here in Christchurch.
The objective of this series of talks was to generate a space for business
ideas to grow, to empower migrant
entrepreneurs to organize themselves into co-operatives, trusts and/or
independently to develop their micro-businesses projects and start-ups. Aiming
at commercialising fair-trade, locally produced and other goods from their home
countries within New Zealand. Helping with this the further development of the
city centre re-build while continuing to attract investments into the city."
(ROXANA BRAVO) How to do business with Mexico?
TAYLOR ) Import/export logistics support! How
an international business trade organization works?
(GREG MUSSON) What’s the roll of the Latin American – New Zealand
Business Council on regional trade
(JACQUI FRANCIS) Overview
of the regulations and processes for importing goods to New Zealand.
to open a new company and what are he types of possible business
of tax and financial regulations for small businesses
International Market Hub Project – updates
(RICHARD_ADAMS) – What
are the requirements for business loans and other financial support from a banking institution?
(S.C. MORRIS) Marketing strategies on how to
promote your business!
JANA SLADKA ) Can
entrepreneurship be taught? DIY-
The Latin America New Zealand
Meeting with ANZMEX
"One immediate output of the ProMexico events was the opportunity they presented to deepen links with an organisation the Council is an honorary member of: ANZMEX, the Australia, New Zealand & Mexico Business Council. ANZMEX is a trilateral business platform with offices in Mexico and Melbourne that provides a forum and support services to explore and promote collaboration between Australia, New Zealand and Mexico. President in Australia, Victor del Rio. It is led in Mexico by its proactive President Adrienne Bonwick, and now has two representatives in New Zealand: Roxana Bravo (in Auckland) and Pablo Lepe (in Christchurch). We look forward to helping each other out over the coming years..."
LINK : http://www.lanzbc.co.nz/images/stories/Big%20PDFs/LANZBC%20Newsletter%20June%202014.pdf
"BUSINESS IN MEXICO"
by Roxana BRAVO (@RoxanaBravoC),
ANZMEX (in Auckland),
What the roll of ANZMEX / PROMEXICO AND BANCOMEXT professional and personal experiences on international business trade...
Roxana BRAVO, ANZMEX (in Auckland). Pablo LEPE, ANZMEX (in Christchurch).
Roxana BRAVO (ultima:derecha).
* "Almost 40 participants registered for
this all day seminars organized by Mexican Global Network (MGN), Canterbury Business Association (CBA) and
Christchurch Migrant Centre and the kind donation of ANZMEX – New Zealand as
one of the sponsors of this event. This was a charitable event, there no funds were
available to cover the travel or any costs for the speakers or guests. The
Global Mexican Community Network, http://www.mexicoglobalnetwork-nz.org/ chapter New Zealand, a
not for profit organization that seeks to develop various community projects in
different areas, liased this event with the University, Embassy of Mexico and other
guests and community leaders."