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[NEW EVENT] Enhancing connectivity between India and New Zealand | Tourism Industry event: Monday 19 May 2014, Auckland. 5.30-7pm. Secure your space now! Early RSVP to register to secure your place. Key note speakers include: Hon. Todd McClay, Associate Minister of Tourism. Click here for more.
[Scoop Media - Business covers INZBC event] Tapping India's market footprint: "Two ends of a book', is how Peter Dunne, Minister of Internal Affairs, described the ties between NZ & India. He was speaking at India New Zealand Business Council's seminar, ‘Business Beyond Barriers', at Grant Thornton, Wellington. Read More.
India Study Tour Delegation Report: Last month, a senior delgation of Public Service professionals had come from India, on a study tour. The broad purpose of the visit of the delegates was to enable the participants to gain a first-hand knowledge of the recent reforms in governance and public administration of New Zealand. INZBC held a reception and a presentation by member, Patton NZ on refrigeration. Detailed report here. Read More.
Indian opportunities for NZ avocados. Trial programmes underway, helping industry uncover potential and challenges of South Asian market. New Zealand's avocado industry is moving to establish foothold in the Indian market, as momentum gathers for a bilateral free trade agreement between the two countries. Read More.
Grahame Morton to be NZ's new High Commissioner to India: INZBC welcomes the appointment of Grahame Morton to the office of the High Commissioner to India. Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully today named diplomat Grahame Morton as New Zealand's next High Commissioner to India. Read More
Times of India talks to INZBC EC members, in a special report on Education in NZ. Times of India reporter Malini Sen, met Dr Rick Ede, Chief Executive, Unitec and INZBC Chair, Sunil Kaushal, in a recent trip to New Zealand. She was covering suuccess stories on International students coming from India, to get educated and settle here. Here are some excerpts: Read More
STUFF.CO.NZ talks about Business Beyond Barriers: Chapter 1: Export drop forces India policy rethink. Following a significant drop in New Zealand's exports to India, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise is commissioning two major pieces of research to help Kiwi companies sell higher value products into the market. Read More
Indian F&B report by INZBC sector lead Pravin D'Lima. INZBC F&B sector lead Pravin D'Lima toured Mumbai and Mangalore to identify suitable investment or venture opportunities and also to network with CII branch in Mumbai. Read More.
TRADE SHOWS / Delegations:
Inward Leather delegation: Calling Leather / Logistics / Trading Industry partners:
The objective of the Delegation is to hold business meetings with local suppliers of hides/skins, semi-processed leathers, inspect the quality of raw materials by making Tannery visits etc so as to establish business relationship for imports and to explore possibilities of having joint ventures / technical collaborations with local Tanneries. Read More
Since 1988, the India New Zealand Business Council (INZBC) has promoted and encouraged trade in goods and services, investment, scientific, technical and economic cooperation between India and New Zealand. INZBC is a member-based independent organisation, not-for-profit incorporated society, which exists for three purposes:
- To lobby and inform government on trade-related matters
- To disseminate information and know-how on doing business between the two countries
- To facilitate business development on behalf of members through leveraging networks
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Note: Our new postal address: PO Box: 74297, Greenlane 1546, Auckland, New Zealand.
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INZBC is delighted to assert the presence of Sir Richard Hadlee. Kt. Bach. M.B.E. Hon. DLitt as its Official Patron. Sir Richard,...more
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