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EMA invites you to attend Thrive Auckland 2004

EMA invites you to attend Thrive Auckland

EMA invites you to attend Thrive Auckland 2004 next Thursday. Or send someone in your place.

Thrive is the flagship business event of the Employers and Manufacturers Association (Northern).

Thrive is aimed at celebrating kiwi business success and encouraging the Auckland business community to focus on growth.

This years guest speakers include Sir Bob Jones, Graham Henry, John Eales, Karen Walker, Whale Rider producer John Barnett and 42 Below's Geoff Ross.

Thrive will also feature a fashion show by Karen Walker, a performance by Pacific Island fire dancers and entertainment from Dave Dobbyn.

The day begins at 9.00am with opening comments by EMA (Northern) Chief Executive Alasdair Thompson and an address from Prime Minister Helen Clark.

"As New Zealand's leading business association, we see our role as being a champion of business growth" says Alasdair Thompson.

"Thrive is all about providing inspiration to the business community, building confidence and demonstrating how a successful attitude can translate into results, whether on the sports field or in business. By giving Auckland's business community an opportunity to meet with each other and hear our speakers' stories, we're helping to build a culture of business success."
Go to for the full programme.


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