Otago Cricket is excited to host a corporate session with inspirational Australian speaker, presenter and recognised global expert in coaching, Wayne Goldsmith during his New Zealand tour in September.
The success of your business is dependent on your approach to business growth and management. Join us at PKF Bredin McCormack Rewcastle to learn how to take back your control, and develop a tangible way to maximize your business's potential.
The Awards Evening is a celebration of all participants, a showcase of the winners of the Audacious Challenge, and acknowledgement of the students and businesses of the Audacious Programme 2018.
This will be held on the 27th of Septemberat the Otago Business School ground floor from 5.30pm – 7.30pm.
Come to our hands-on fun and engaging workshop to discover the four basic personality styles and how the styles blend, clash and interact with others.
You will identify your own style, participate in individual and group activities and learn how to communicate better and appreciate the unique strengths and differences of others.
As an employer, you must promote and provide a safe, healthy, respectful and fair work environment. Unfortunately, bullying, racism and sexual harassment claims are on the rise in many workplaces. It is a health and safety risk which needs to be appropriately addressed. Allegations of this type can be damaging to all parties involved as well as the reputation of your business.
Join the team from Chiasma Dunedin as we bring you Synapse, 2018. #thefutureisSTEM - RSVP HERE
We have searched high and low to find an incredible line up of businesses from the STEM industry to make Synapse the capstone event it is. An epic night filled with inspiring speakers, panel Q&A, networking and as always, there will be no shortage of fabulous food and drinks.
The 2018 Emotional Intelligence Symposium is a full-day event that provides opportunity to network with other professionals and engage with new strategies for your personal growth. Our goal is to encourage the development of your emotional intelligence while providing a forum to network, engage and grow.
When you are starting a new business, it can be easy to leave the legal stuff to deal with later. Your actual product or service is far more exciting, and the legal bits are boring and cost money. But you ignore the legal aspects to your peril!
In our September FoundX hear from Jonny Mirkin Founder and CEO of nomos one, hosted at the amazing Petridish Shared Office Space.
Jonny is the founder and CEO of SAAS technology startup; Nomos One.
Since 2012, the company has grown to over 100 people, and now works with clients like Spark, AMP, Genesis Energy and Mitre 10, who rely on the software daily to manage large corporate lease and asset portfolios.
Jonny is passionate about technology and how it can be used to transform dated business practices and industries. Hear about his tech startup journey, and his vision for the local startup ecosystem.
FROM PETRIDISH - Please RSVP here
"Following the success of our Creative Dish Event last month, we are extending John's training for a 4 hour session!
We are extremely lucky to have John Quinn from AudienceAlive come back for us and share his knowledge and a SUPER reduced price! He is a Presentation Specialist, and teaches Presentation Training, Audience Interaction and Event Apps…
A short, general, IT conference in Dunedin as part of Techweek 2018 is being worked on.
As members of the CodeCraft group we can help make this happen. The great unknown in organising something like this is whether people will turn up and in what numbers. So this meetup has very few details (on purpose) but, using the RSVP feature, you can indicate your support for the idea early which will be immensely helpful.
Join us for a hands-on (bring your laptop) small group training seminar, where we spend time actually working on your businesses digital presence whilst we cover the following topics;
Facebook and Instagram For Business
Top Tips for creating Digital Content
Create your first Digital Advert
How valuable would it be to quickly understand the tendencies of the person you are talking to, what makes them tick, how they prefer to be communicated with, and how they communicate themselves?
In business and in all communications the quicker you can do this, the quicker you can get inside the mind of the person you are talking to, the faster you can build rapport, build trust, build confidence, and build relationships.
One of the ways the Chamber contributes to a positive future for business in Otago is by co-ordinating the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (YES).
The YES programme has been refreshed for 2018! The updated programme takes students through a series of entrepreneurial experiences to help develop 21st century skills in real-world situations by working to their strengths.
This event will allow all YES teams to showcase their products and businesses to the community. The evening also offers a great opportunity for the students to increase their sales for the year.
The students will be excited to receive real world feedback and support of their products and there will be a People’s Choice prize up for grabs for the teams based on the votes of all those that attend.
The Chamber invites you to join our resident expert from Vodafone Ajay Kumar-Parmar for our Keep up with Vodafone Tech Series 2018 taking place at Innov8 HQ.
Ajay will be presenting on Digital Scammers, and will take look into the world of phone scams and email phishing to help businesses identify and mitigate the associated risks.
Co.Starters is an action-driven, collaborative, nine week programme that equips aspiring entrepreneurs with the insights, relationships, and tools needed to turn business ideas into action. The process is run with a small and supportive group of like-minded people led by an experienced entrepreneur at the Distiller.
Presentations have evolved.
It’s no longer acceptable to stand in front of an audience and read to your slides. Add imagery. Ban the bullet point. Engage your audience. Present with impact.
Build your knowledge and industry skills at our Presentology session.
There’s no doubt the internet is a supermarket of choices. There are many things that influence our digital experiences and decision making, good and bad. So what are they? How can we tell better digital stories, influence decisions and create better customer journeys?
Every fortnight Petridish are hosting business training with Sharon Byrne. She has been in business training for over 20 years and has incredible experience in all levels of business, from the sole business owner to the International corporate world.
Audacious is about nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in Dunedin students. It is not about 'audacious ideas', it is about being audacious by taking up the challenge of starting a business.
We invite students and members of this business community to the opening evening for Semester 2. This will be held on the 31st July in the Commerce Building ground floor. RSVP via this event.
STUDENTS: Sign up for the Semester 2 2018 programme HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/WwquIzQNMxJyySyo1
Innov8HQ’s Kia Kaha Business Toolkit, bringing together a fabulous line-up of Industry pro's to support daily questions, challenges us wonderful humans face when starting, running & scaling up a business. Here's your chance to jump on and ask any questions you have - it's treated like a "Cuddle Huddle", so it's a safe place to present anything you need help with? Sound good, it will be - collaboration to support an action plan for you!
Get your networking jazz on or just come for the nibbles, the space and the amazing speaker we have lined up. We’ll hear an awesome local tell the story of how he led a successful kickstarter campaign to get a local chocolate factory into the Cadbury space.. and they are doing just that!
We’ll finish off the night chatting with all the young business leaders joining us, gaining valuable insights and advice into how they got where they are today.
Photography and Videography on your Smartphone
The internet is becoming an ever more visual experience. It is no longer enough to have interesting content; it has to look good too. We know pages of uninterrupted text are a turn off, but so is bad photography. Unfortunately, there is way too much of it. It need not be this way.