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When: Thursday 06 Jun, 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Where: BNZ Partners Centre, Level 1, 86 Highbrook Drive
Presenter: Alan McDonald, Employers & Manufacturers Association
Refreshments: Drinks & Nibbles
Cost: Free of charge
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06 Jun 2024

A New Era? The First 100 days of the Coalition and What Happens Next.

When Prime Minister Christopher Luxon unveiled his new government’s 100-day plan, he said New Zealanders not only voted for a change in government but for a change of policies and a change of approach. Has the new government delivered that change or is it business as usual?

Join us for a presentation from the EMA’s Head of Advocacy, Strategy and Finance Alan McDonald, who will take us through the new Government’s first 100-days in office, where to next and what it means for business.
During his presentation, Alan will explore the challenging economic environment the new government finds itself in and what this might mean for its future policy direction.
About Alan
Alan is the Head of Advocacy, Strategy and Finance at the EMA. Alan’s role is to develop campaigns and policies to lobby central and local government in support of New Zealand businesses.
A frequent commentator in the media, Alan has a background in corporate and public affairs, especially in developing and implementing large scale campaigns to effect significant industry change or achieve critical business goals.
Alan is also Board Member for Transparency International NZ (TINZ), the Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE) and the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ)

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