Following last month’s national census, the country’s leading market research company is joining forces with Kea to gather valuable insights into Kea’s global network of over 100,000 Kiwi expats. Colmar Brunton and Kea are combining resources in an ongoing partnership which starts today, with the launch of the global survey Every Kiwi Counts.
The 2013 Inspire Day series is going to be bigger and better than ever, with a sensational line-up of world class presenters from home and abroad delivering Inspiring Stories, in Christchurch and Auckland.
Around 25% of New Zealand expats are actively looking for a job back home according to Kea’s 2011 Every Kiwi Counts survey. In response to this demand, Kea has launched a partnership with start-up company Workhere to promote specialised jobs for expats, skilled migrants and friends of New Zealand.
To be held in Auckland on the Tuesday 18 June 2013, Innovest is an investment forum for local and international investors, distributors and commercial business people who want to connect face-to-face with investment ready, innovative, privately owned New Zealand businesses.
A chance meeting in New Zealand with Kea China co-Director Gillian Moore led Columbus Coffee General Manager Graeme Tait into a network of like-minded Kiwis in Shanghai who were willing to give him all the assistance he needed to enter a new market.
Coffee in China is fast becoming a face-off between two retail giants – Starbucks Coffee from the US and Costa Coffee
ANZ is partnering with Kea, the Kiwi Expat Association, to build closer links with New Zealand’s expat community in a bid to help connect the country to overseas opportunities that will drive economic growth.