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Complimentary Business Event - 'Damned Good!'

28 October 2004

Complimentary Business Event - 'Damned Good!'

"Hell" - the Wellington pizza franchise is taking New Zealand by storm. Callum Davies, creatively marketed as 'Director of Demons' founder of Hell Pizza will share the success story of "Hell" at the next "Business Club" event, on Tuesday 9th of November at Westpac Stadium, Wellington. The Hon Pete Hodgson Acting Minister for Small Business will also be attending as a special guest to introduce the business club event and seminar.

The "Business Club" event is run by the Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce with the support of Telecom and is complimentary to attend. The series has been developed to help business people connect with one another, be inspired by a business success story, and take away a few 'seeds of success' to plant and grow in their own businesses.

Callum has a fantastic story to share and will be talking about how a great idea and a passion for the industry combined with an entrepreneurial spirit have literally written the recipe for success for Hell Pizza. With its beginnings in early 1996 next to Victoria University, the company has since gained a huge following in Wellington and after a little creative advertising, the name 'Hell' has certainly gained a reputation. The fire has now spread to cover much of New Zealand with 25 stores throughout the North Island and plans to go even further a field.

The event will begin at 4.30pm where there will be a Table Top expo giving businesses the opportunity to display their products and network with other local companies.

The Hon Pete Hodgson - Acting Minister for Small Business will open the function at 5.45pm followed by the 'Hell' presentation.

After the presentation there will be an opportunity to view the Expo and network some more.

Complimentary drinks and nibbles will be provided throughout the event.

Anyone wanting to reserve a complimentary ticket can contact the Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce on 04 914 6500 or

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