n presentation to Wellington City Council (WCC) on 15th June, Corporate Affairs & Policy Manager, Ed Gibbs set out the Chamber’s position regarding Let's Get Wellington Moving's (LGWM) Golden Mile Traffic Resolutions.
The Chamber supports fellow trade associations Property Council New Zealand (Wellington Branch), Retail NZ, and Hospitality NZ, echoing their practical concerns regarding the impact of the changes on businesses directly affected, particularly during the construction phase. The project risks substantial financial out lay in return for limited productivity gains.
The Chamber works closely with the Wellington City Council (WCC) to ensure Wellington’s business community is consulted on the changes that impact them and a connection is provided between the Council and business. The Chamber welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on Let’s Get Wellington Moving: Golden Mile Traffic Resolutions.
Rainey Collins is pleased to announce that Hanna Stephen has been elected as a member of the Wellington Young Professionals executive committee. Hanna will take over from Claire Coe, who has been a member on the committee for the past two years.
Wellington Young Professionals is Wellington’s leading networking organisation for young professionals, established to nurture personal and professional development. For more information see http://www.wyp.co.nz/
We are an international organization of professional and business women who volunteer our energies and expertise for the betterment of the community, while at the same time gather socially for fun and education. Join us and you will have the opportunity to not only enjoy the friendship, entertainment and community involvement, but you will also be given opportunities to develop new skills such as leadership, networking and event planning.
Altrusa is an international organisation of professional and business women who volunteer their energies and expertise for the betterment of their community, while at the same time gather socially for fun and education.
Why not join us and you will have an opportunity to not only enjoy friendship, entertainment and community involvement, but you will also have opportunities to develop new skills such as leadership, networking and event planning
The Wellington Java User Group serves as a focal point for those in Wellington, New Zealand, who are interested in the Java programming language.
We aim to meet on the second Wednesday of every month to discuss Java related topics.
The user group is run on a purely voluntary basis. There are no fees, and all are welcome.
The Wellington Perl user group meets monthly to discuss different subjects relevant to users of the Perl programming language. We aim to have two speakers at each meeting. There is no official membership of fees - just turn up.
WYP is a not-for-profit organisation established to nurture personal and professional development. We hold a range of events aimed to up-skill and inspire and to create a community for you to form your own networks.