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Business seminar comes to Mercury Bay

Business seminar comes to Mercury Bay

A popular FREE two-hour business seminar is coming to Mercury Bay, Tuesday 10th June.

TCDC and the Mercury Bay Business Association have teamed up to bring presenter Hamish Carnie to the Whitianga Town Hall to explain how business owners can truly make the potential of their business become a reality.

Rather than just a 'feel-good' seminar filled with fluff, it's one where local business owners will get a chance to take a really good look at the things that matter.

For example, most people confuse responses, or the number of potential buyers, with results. But business owners know all too well that the sound of ringing phones does not mean that the cash registers are ringing as well.

The seminar gives practical street-wise information and takes you deeper into the real things that count.

And that's why we've teamed up with the Mercury Bay Business Association to sponsor this event packed with straight hard-won business advice for business owners who want to work on their business - not just in them.

When and where?


Whitianga Town Hall
Tuesday, 10 June
Start: 6:30pm
Finish: 8:30pm

Reserve your seat by RSVPing tombba@whitianga.co.nz


Is the presenter any good?

If you're like us, the first things you ask include: is the presenter any good and does the presenter really truly know what they're talking about?

ActionCOACH presenter Hamish Carnie has an unusual combination of experience and skills covering senior roles in the government and as a corporate executive through to entrepreneurial start-ups in areas as diverse as internet marketing, agriculture value chain management, the service sector and business consultancy.

Hamish Carnie is an international Master Business Coach licensed to ActionCOACH Ltd, which is the world's leading business coaching company. ActionCOACH specialises in making more profit for business owners/managers and helping them get more of a life by coaching them to success.

If you want to find out more...

Come along to the FREE seminar!

But, you can also find out more about Hamish here, or go to the global ActionCOACH website anddownload free eBooks with titles like "Instant Brochures" to "Instant Loyalty Strategies."


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