Business Seminar 2016

The theme for the 2016 Business Seminar was “Networking for Success”. The event was held on Tuesday 29th of March.

 

EVENT DESCRIPTION

 

Block out Tuesday 29th of March from 5:30-8:30pm in your diary!  The theme is “Networking for Success”, and we have an excellent line up of speakers, each bringing a different perspective to networking. Please see the speakers profiles below.

The venue this year is the Main Room, Ferndale House, 830 New North Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland. There is plenty of parking on site.

Your ticket includes a delicious light dinner  and refreshments. Ticket prices: $15 for all CNA members, $20 for Students, $25 for the General Public

Buffy-Ellen Gill, founder of Be Good Organics, a plant-based whole foods blog, community and store. Buffy will be delivering a presentation on building a social community through various social media platforms. By incorporating some tips on how to build a successful social media presence, Buffy will outline the ways in which social media can be used as an effective tool to grow a business, and as a positive way to engage  with customers and followers.

Dr Neru Leavasa, a trained medical doctor who received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the School of Medicine at University of Auckland.  Dr Leavasa runs his medical practice in the heart of South Auckland, and he is the sports doctor for Auckland Blues.
He designed an incredible community based programme to improve the health of South Auckland, which featured on Maori TV, and he will be speaking about building creative connections with doctors.

Neill Share is currently the Campus Manager Director at New Zealand Institute of Health and Fitness, an organisation committed to finding and training the very best personal trainers in New Zealand. Neill is passionate about the fitness industry for which he has been part of for over a decade. Neill will be speaking on how personal trainers and nutritionists need to team up, support each other, and network together to enhance business growth.