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Ministry Of Economic Development Annual Roadshow

Ministry of Economic Development Press Release
For Immediate Release:

19 September 2008

Ministry Of Economic Development Annual Roadshow In A Town Near You

The Ministry of Economic Development (MED) begins it annual business update and training sessions from the 30th of September and will be visiting towns throughout New Zealand.

The MED registers are wide ranging and include the Companies Office, Personal Property Securities Register, Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand and the Insolvency and Trustee Service, all vital registers for the New Zealand business community.

The business update session shall include legislation changes, tips, statistics and a what’s on the horizon section for each of these register and will be one hour in length. Training sessions will commence after the business update and will focus on ensuring clients using these registers master the online services.

If you want to know how to set up a company, register your trade mark, search a financing statement or understand the Insolvency structure in New Zealand these sessions are just for you.

The MED business update and training session can be booked online now, visit www.companies.govt.nz for more information and to secure your place.

MED will be visiting the following towns:

Kerikeri, Tuesday 7th October
Whangarei, Wednesday 8th October
North Shore, Thursday 30th October
Auckland City, Wednesday 29th October
Waitakere, Thursday 23rd October
Manukau, Wednesday 22nd October
Hamilton, Tuesday 30th September
Tauranga, Thursday 2nd October
Rotorua, Wednesday 1st October
Gisborne, 21st October
Napier, 22nd October
New Plymouth, Thursday 9th October
Wanganui, Wednesday 8th October
Palmerston North, Tuesday 7th October
Masterton, Thursday 23rd October
Lower Hutt, Thursday 6th November
Wellington, Tuesday 11th November
Blenheim, Friday 3rd October
Nelson, Thursday 2nd October
Westport, Wednesday 1st October
Greymouth, Tuesday 30th September
Christchurch, Tuesday 21st October
Ashburton, Monday 20th October
Oamaru, Friday 10th October
Dunedin, Thursday 9th October
Queenstown, Tuesday 7th October
Invercargill Wednesday 8th October

ENDS

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