Jun
28
5:30 pm17:30

KUMA Queenstown Hui - tbc

The second of three regional KUMA and inter-agency funding hui.

Hosted by Poutama Trust participants and presenters will include Te Puni Kōkiri, Te Putahitanga, and KUMA Board members

Date, venue and more information will be confirmed here, and via email closer to the time.

For information and enquiries, email: tautoko@kuma.co.nz

Jun
29
5:15 pm17:15

KUMA Invercargill Hui - tbc

The third of three regional KUMA and inter-agency funding hui.

Hosted by Poutama Trust participants and presenters will include Te Puni Kōkiri, Te Putahitanga, and KUMA Board members

Date, venue and more information will be confirmed here, and via email closer to the time.

For information and enquiries, email: tautoko@kuma.co.nz


Jun
23
5:30 pm17:30

KUMA 2017 Annual Hui

KUMA's 2017 hui will be held during the month of Puaka Matariki on Friday 23 June.

It will be held at Dunedin's sharp new business hub run by KUMA Board member Heidi Renata: Innov8HQ at 123 Vogel Street.

The event will showcase KUMA member businesses, and the Suzanne Spencer Business Award will be presented.

Generously sponsored by Te Puni Kōkiri, this will be a free event for 2017 KUMA members (you can pay your subscription on the night) or there will be a small charge for non-members.

Further information to follow on our Facebook page, emails and here in the pānui/news.

Jun
2
5:00 pm17:00

Applications close

Applications for the KUMA Administrator position close.  This has been extended from the earlier date.  For information, please email tautoko@kuma.co.nz

May
23
8:00 am08:00

Xero Tips and Tricks Brekky Workshop

The second Xero workshop for KUMA members.  Presented by Donna and the team from Polsen Higgs and Xero.  An opportunity to bring your questions about Xero and other accounting software.

May
12
7:30 am07:30

KUMA Breakfast Hui

Meet at the Bacon Buttie Station, 12 Ward Street, Dunedin, for an informal get together.  Tell us what you have been up to in your business and anything else...

Members, colleagues, staff and friends all welcome.  Order and pay for your kai as you arrive.  Tamariki also welcome for a before school brekky with mum or dad!

Mar
13
5:30 pm17:30

KUMA Board Strategy Meeting

Venue: Marelda and John's house, Granville Terrace, Dunedin

Board members to discuss planning and strategy for 2017; 2017 Hui; and a job description for a new KUMA Coordinator.

Nov
30
5:00 pm17:00

KUMA AGM

KUMA AGM agenda will include proposed changes to the Constitution.  Information and an agenda will be sent to members in advance of the hui.  The AGM will be followed by drinks.  For further information, contact richardkerrbell@gmail.com.

Nov
30
5:00 pm17:00

KUMA AGM and Drinks

KUMA AGM, and end of year drinks (replacing the annual 2 day hui).

Venue: 28 Granville Terrace, Belleknowes - at Marelda and John Gallaher's home

AGM: 5pm

Drinks: 6pm-8pm

RSVP to Karen info@kuma.co.nz by 25 November

  All members and colleagues welcome. 

Nov
21
9:00 am09:00

KUMA Strategy Meeting

The Board will meet to discuss the revisions to the Constitution, and the KUMA strategy plan for 2017.  A report will be tabled at the forthcoming AGM

Oct
8
10:00 am10:00

Innov8 HQ Business Hub Opening

KUMA member, Heidi Renata, opens Dunedin's new business hub and sponsors the Vogel Street Partyon the same day.  Everyone welcome to call in to Innov8HQ and check out who's there and what's being offered for businesses, start-ups and support services.  Nau mai, haere mai whānau!

Sep
16
12:15 pm12:15

Strategic Plan

KUMA Intern, Stevie Fergusson, and Corey Bragg report on the mahi in developing the Strategic Plan to align with the Constitution (also under review).  To the KUMA Board and interested KUMA members.

At TPK office, Stuart Street.  Contact Corey.Bragg@otago.ac.nz for more details.

Sep
14
12:00 pm12:00

KUMA Board Meeting

Monthly meeting of the KUMA Board, held at Level 1, Colonial House, Stuart Street Dunedin.

Agenda Items send direct to Board members.

Sep
8
11:00 am11:00

Te Whata Workshop #3: Māori Business Model

The KUMA Board is proud to offer a series of innovative Business Workshops for members, and for our community, presented by Corey Bragg.

Corey will be introducing 'Te Whata' : a unique Māori Business Framework that integrates and embeds cultural values and aspirations into new venture creation.

Suitable for new, existing, and experienced businesses, entrepreneurs and anyone wanting a new and practical application of their business model, founded on core values.

Workshops are on Wednesday, 31 August; Friday 2 September, and Thursday 8 September.  These are hosted by the Otago Business School and held in the Commerce Building Lecture rooms 4.19/4.20

Contact Corey to express your interest in attending: corey.brag@otago.ac.nz

Sep
2
10:00 am10:00

Te Whata - Māori Entrepreneurship Business Model Workshop

The KUMA Board is proud to offer a series of innovative Business Workshops for members, and for our community, presented by Corey Bragg.

Corey will be introducing 'Te Whata' : a unique Māori Business Framework that integrates and embeds cultural values and aspirations into new venture creation.

Suitable for new, existing, and experienced businesses, entrepreneurs and anyone wanting a new and practical application of their business model, founded on core values.

Workshops are on Wednesday, 31 August; Friday 2 September, and Thursday 8 September.  These are hosted by the Otago Business School and held in the Commerce Building Lecture rooms 4.19/4.20.  

Contact Corey to enrol: corey.bragg@otago.ac.nz

Jul
14
5:30 pm17:30

KUMA Maori Business & Entreprenuership Hui

DATE:     Thursday 14th July 2016

WHERE:  Centre for Innovation, University of Otago, 87 St David Street, Dunedin

TIME:    5:30pm to 7:30 pm - Refreshments and kai provided.

RSVP:    8th July 2016 to

Rachael at info@southernamoribusiness.org.nz or 022 674 7304

Karen Burnett at burnk@tpk.govt.nz or 027 550 0768

 

The Dunedin hui is proudly supported by Te Puni Kōkiri and Poutama Business.

them to RSVP to Karen or myself.

 

 

 

 

Learning from Leaders Events
Jul
5
4:00 pm16:00

Learning from Leaders Events

When:  5th July 2016 - 4pm - 6 pm

Where: Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago, 563 Castle Street, Dunedin

Price: FREE Refreshments provided

Register: Phone 0508 656 757, email:  info@osea.org.nz

 

 

 

Jun
23
6:30 pm18:30

Whenua Whakapapa Research

The Ngai Tahu Maori Law Centre are holding a wananga to assist whanau in their  journey to reconnect with whanau and whenua. Come along find out who you and where you come from. Templates and helpful research ideas will be available.

When : 23 June 2016 at 6.30pm

Venue: Toitu Settlers Museum

All welcome

For further information please contact Joy 4770855, or email joy@ngaitahulaw.org.nz