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The digital highway connecting NZ small business to the world

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The digital highway connecting NZ small business to the world

Electra Business Breakfast – B2B networking – Sponsored by Electra

Nau mai haere mai Electra Business Breakfast is pleased to be welcoming Hon Ginny Andersen, MP for Hutt South.  The focus of Ginny’s talk will be on the importance of small business in our economy and keeping the digital highway open to the global economy.

These portfolios have seen significant challenges since Covid hit in 2020.  Financial packages were needed for businesses to continue operating during unprecedented times, and these packages continue with the fight against climate change.  Mental health and wellbeing, along with digital tools for small business has been a priority to make sure small business can remain competitive in the global economy.  Ginny will also comment on the New Zealand UFB roll-out and how this is being used by small business owners to connect more effectively to the world.

    See you there! Book early to avoid disappointment.


    If circumstances were to change and Covid prevented us from operating, we will reschedule first and then transfer or refund tickets as needed.  We encourage being fully boosted for you, your whānau, your community, and please don’t attend if you are feeling unwell.  We look forward to seeing you all soon.

    About the Speaker: Hon Ginny Andersen | MP for Hutt South

    Ginny is a busy woman as MP for Hutt South and Minister for Small Business, Digital Economy and Communications, Seniors, and Police, and the Associate Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations.  She has significant experience in the justice sector.  She has worked in Parliament as a private secretary and senior political advisor, in the Office of Treaty Settlements in negotiations and policy, and for nine years she worked for the New Zealand Police where she delivered action plans to reduce the harm associated with gangs, organised crime and methamphetamine.

    Ginny studied Te Reo Maori at secondary school and university and previously taught night classes as part of Adult and Community Education.

    Since entering Parliament in 2017, Ginny has combined her professional experience and her personal passions into being a strong advocate New Zealanders.

    Electra Business Breakfast is an independent networking programme that seeks to INSPIRE, CONNECT and ENGAGE where everyone is welcome.
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