There is a bountiful range of opportunities across the Waikato region.
Te Waka maintains a register of tangible projects, assembled through our engagement with industry, Iwi, local government and other parties.
We support regional and sub-regional priority projects by connecting the right parties or by providing direct assistance in some instances to accelerate projects towards becoming investment-ready.
We work with Central Government agencies and private investors to support priority projects across the region.
These projects are not just ideas. They are supported by worked-up plans and ideally backed up by robust business cases.
We look forward to hearing about new projects and how we can create a partnership for success.
First steps on road to recovery are hidden in plain view
Te Waka calls for smaller, ‘ready right now’ projects to keep Waikato contracting companies work fit.
Te Waka pushes for completion of key Waikato infrastructure projects
As the Government looks to kickstart the economy by fast-tracking ‘shovel ready’ projects.
Government funding helps address Waikato housing and skills shortages
This week’s Provincial Growth Fund announcement by the Government will provide a triple benefit of addressing Waikato’s housing shortage.
How will Te Waka’s Economic Development Agency Capability Funding benefit Waikato organisations?
Funding will be used to assist organisations to develop PGF applications. Te Waka is aiming to achieve the following outcomes for Waikato organisations.
Te Waka granted funds to accelerate region’s access to Provincial Growth Fund
Te Waka has been successful in securing Economic Development Agency Capability Funding at $200,000 per year for two years.
Prime Minister Announces Two New Major Projects For The Waikato At Te Waka Event
The Chair of Te Waka, Dallas Fisher, has enthusiastically welcomed today’s announcement from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.