Te Awa Lakes – The Bottom Line
The Te Awa Lakes development near Horotiu is on the brink of becoming a reality.
Waikato’s top business leaders gather to mark Te Waka’s first anniversary
Te Waka celebrated its one-year anniversary at an event on Friday alongside nearly 200 business and community leaders.
Te Waka announces Business Growth Advisory Services for Ōtorohanga
The announcement from Waikato's regional economic development agency comes following the launch of the service in Te Kuiti in April this year.
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.
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 appoints new Strategic Partnerships and Projects Manager
Waikato’s regional economic development agency Te Waka has appointed a new Strategic Partnerships and Projects Manager, Michelle Hollands.
Waikato Labour Market Strategy
The Labour Market Strategy explores ways to ensure that businesses can attract, develop and retain the skills they need to grow, along with aiming to increase the levels of literacy and numeracy and educational attainment in our youth and workforce.
Te Waka COO to take on new economic development role
On the back of his commitment to the Waikato region’s economic development, Te Waka chief operating officer Harvey Brookes will begin a new role with economic and public policy consulting firm MartinJenkins after Easter.
Perception change, attraction and storytelling on the agenda for new Te Waka hire
Sharing the region’s successes and taking the region on a journey are high on the agenda for Te Waka’s new marketing and communications manager Amy van Garderen.
Interpreting data key to Waikato's economic growth
As Te Waka’s economic adviser, Blair Keenan is tasked with making sense of numbers and data to help provide strategic direction for Waikato’s regional economic development agency.
Te Waka launches regional economic development programme
Waikato's regional economic development agency Te Waka has announced an ambitious four-year economic development programme.
Collaboration and partnership to underpin Te Waka
Te Waka has a role to play in the economic development agenda while also recognizing local aspirations and diversity, says its new CEO Michael Bassett-Foss.
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