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Developing NZ Conference

Hon. Jenny Salesa and Hon. Shane Jones confirmed to speak at the upcoming Developing NZ Conference

In one month time, we will be gathering together KiwiRail, Wellington City Council, Tourism NZ, Panuku Development Auckland, Rotorua District Council, Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority, NZTA and many other at the Developing NZ Conference (15-16 May | Wellington).

We will discuss economic growth opportunities through stronger transport, infrastructure and tourism investment

The Hon. Shane Jones, Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Economic Development and Associate Minister for Transport, NZ Government and The Hon. Jenny Salesa, Minister for Building & Construction and Associate Minister for Housing & Urban Development, NZ Government have both been confirmed to speak at the upcoming Developing NZ Conference (15-16 May | Wellington).

Key topics to be covered include:
• Discuss housing and infrastructure affordability with Hon. Jenny Salesa, Minister for Building and Construction, Associate Minister of Housing and Urban Development, NZ Government.
• Learn how to leverage existing assets to drive growth through tourism with Stephen England-Hall, Chief Executive, Tourism NZ.
• Hear a Ministerial Key Note on Building New Zealand’s Future by The Hon. Shane Jones, Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Economic Development and Associate Minister for Transport
Visit www.dnz.aventedge.com for more information or register now here: https://aventedge-app.secure.force.com/EventRegister?eid=a030I00000o0gdA.



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