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Fearless Business Will THRIVE

Fearless Business Will THRIVE

Keeping up with the rate of change in today’s business world requires a bold and fearless approach and EMA’s THRIVE conference is set to deliver this.

The one day event, being held on October 6 at the Vodafone Events Centre, Auckland, has a stunning line-up of motivational speakers, all chosen to help Kiwi business take the next step in their transformation.

"Staying match fit for the competitive world of commerce and working at peak performance is something we all need to work at. Which is why we’ve designed a day to provide the inspiration our business community needs, where you will be motivated and informed on how to improve your business," says Kim Campbell, CEO, EMA.

"THRIVE is an event about transforming your business, being bolder, being fearless in your choices and finding success through disruption," says Mr Campbell.

From opening remarks from Minister Joyce, through to how business leaders such as Simon Moutter have redesigned their companies, to the new rising face of business such Lisa King from Eat My Lunch and the mental toughness required of our sporting heroes to navigate the highs and lows of their code - there are insights and lessons which all businesses can use.

"If there’s one thing you want to do for your business this year, it’s come to THRIVE," says Mr Campbell.

Programme details here.


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