Meet the Prime Minister over lunch

Published: Thu 11 Aug 2011 02:03 PM
Meet the Prime Minister over lunch
Nature Coast Enterprise and the Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce are delighted to be hosting the Prime Minister over lunch on Tuesday 23 August at the Southward Car Museum from midday to 2pm.
The Prime Minister will speak on the big issues facing New Zealand and the world economy.
Chris Barber, CEO of Nature Coast Enterprise says, “with the world going into financial meltdown it is a timely opportunity to hear straight from the horses’ mouth what is happening in the world and the impact on New Zealand Businesses. We urge local businesses to come as the PM will be open to a range of questions time permitting.”
Chair of the Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce, Mark Ternent comments “that Kapiti is evolving rapidly and has a bright future for both business and life style. Businesses need to be aware of the dangers and the opportunities in the world today so getting the PM into the district is fortunate.”

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