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Demographic Change: What does it Mean for our Population, Economy & Busines...
Wed 2 November 2016, 7:15 AM – 8:45 AM NZDT
Demographic Change: What does it Mean for our Population, Economy & Business
The Electra Business Breakfast Kapiti is delighted to be hosting Prof Richard Shaw of Massey University.
Come along and hear an address from Richard on the impacts of demographic change and the evolving nature of work on the economy and business in smaller regions, where population growth is often negative and the populace is ageing.
See you there! Book early to avoid disappointment.
About Prof Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw is Professor of Politics and Director BA (External Connections) at Massey University. He teaches courses in New Zealand politics and public policy, and publishes on the roles of political advisers in Cabinet Ministers’ offices.
In his capacity as Director BA he advocates for the disciplines of the Social Sciences and Humanities in the context of a changing world of work in which transferable skills will be in increasing demand.
Sponsored & Supported by Electra
Proudly delivered by Kapiti Business Projects
Delicious breakfast buffet (full english) by PartyPerfect Catering
The cost to attend a breakfast is $25 (incl GST). Payment in advance is necessary to secure your seat at the Electra Business Breakfast unless you have a prior arrangement with Kapiti Business Projects. Seats are limited and your registration is taken as a firm booking.
All bookings can be done easily online. Kapiti Business Projects uses Eventbrite to manage Electra Business Breakfast events. This means you need to have your credit card handy as payment is handled in that way. Once you have booked and paid Eventbrite will email confirmation together with a GST tax invoice from Kapiti Business Projects to acknowledge your payment.
Cancellations made within 7 working days of the breakfast will not be refunded. Instead, we welcome a substitute to attend. A full refund can be made if it is made more than 7 working days before the breakfast. You can request a refund from your Eventbrite notification and Kapiti Business Projects will review once notified by Eventbrite.