Sponsors

Thank you to our event sponsors and partners 


Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) is the region's economic growth agency and an Auckland Council-controlled organisation. Its programmes help make Auckland a desirable place to live, work, visit, invest and do business. ATEED is our major event partner for the 2018 Awards, and the category sponsor of the Pacific Business Award. www.aucklandnz.com

 

Massey University is a world-leading university with a reputation for caring and a commitment to its people and places. Massey has three major campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington, as well as being New Zealand’s leading university for distance education. Massey is the education partner of the PBT Hatch Youth Programme and is the 2018 sponsor of the Hatching Pacific Business Category at the National Pacific Business Trust Awards. www.massey.ac.nz 

 

Founded in 1975, Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. Microsoft is the 2018 sponsor of the Pacific Innovation Category at the National Pacific Business Trust Awards. www.microsoft.com

Panuku Development Auckland is a Council-controlled organisation established to deliver urban regeneration in Auckland. Working across multiple locations and scales - from large long-term urban regeneration projects, to small projects on specific sites – Panuku helps meet the needs of the city’s long-term growth, including the requirement for more affordable homes. Panuku is the 2018 sponsor of the Pacific Impact Category at the National Pacific Business Trust Awards. www.panuku.co.nz

Pacific Media Network operates Radio 531pi, Niu FM and Pacific Radio News. PMN is committed to delivering 100% Pacific content through entertainment, lifestyle and news. PMN is the category sponsor for the Pacific Social Enterprise award at the National Pacific Business Trust Awards. www.pacificmedianetwork.com 

Sisters United is a family based organisation that provides exciting, fresh and creative programmes and services to Young Women aged 12 - 21 in Auckland.  It is founded and coordinated by the Goebel Sisters, Parris, Kendal and Narelle.  Combining their skills and experience in social work, creative arts and design, together with their passion and enthusiasm for helping the lives of our young Pacific and Maori young women, Sisters United believes that they can ensure the future looks bright for our young women. Sisters United is the 2018 sponsor of the Pacific Woman in Business Category at the National Pacific Business Trust Awardswww.sistersunited.co.nz

 

The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is a government department that's purpose is 'to Grow New Zealand for all'. 'Grow' relates to the economy. To achieve the standard of living and quality of life we aspire to, we need a better-performing economy that delivers sustainable growth. 'For all' captures growth for New Zealanders now and in the future – growth that doesn’t compromise our environment or the safety of our workplaces. Achieving this will mean New Zealanders have higher standards of living, higher incomes, greater job opportunities and good quality, affordable housing. MBIE is an event sponsor of the National Pacific Business Trust Awardswww.mbie.govt.nz

SPASIFIK Print and Media is New Zealand's only print and digital platform dedicated to both Pacific and Maori content. In circulation since 2004, SPASIFIK is published by Auckland niche content agency Oceania Media. SPASIFIK is an event partner of the National Pacific Business Trust Awards. www.spasifikmag.com

 


Interested in sponsorship?

If you’re interested in sponsoring, please contact Innes Logan at Oceania Media.
Phone 09 306 0530 or 021 281 3330
Email info@pacificbusinessawards2018.co.nz