EDNZ is committed to an inclusive and prosperous New Zealand. We contribute to that vision by building capability, collaboration and thought leadership across the economic development network.
See the Conference Movie
For those who couldn't join us at the Conference
EDNZ anticipated that many of our practitioners would not be able to attend the recent EDNZ Conference due to work committments so elected to film the event.
If you wish to purchase the Conference filming you can do so by contacting email@example.com. The cost for a recording of all plenary speakers is $95.99.
Chris Roberts, Tourism Industry Aotearoa
Carolyn Tremain, CEO MBIE
Neil McInroy, CEO Centre for local Economic Strategies
Dr Fred Olayele, Chief Economist, New York Economic Development Agency
David Cunliffe, Founder and Director, Polis Consulting
Dr Ganesh Nana, Chair of NZ Productivity Commission
Hon Stuart Nash, Minister for Economic Development
Jayne Russell, Ministry of Social Development
Susan Freeman-Greene, CEO of Local Government NZ
Dr David Wilson, Director Cities and Regions NZ
Noa Woolloff, Mayors Taskforce for Jobs
Tania Pouwhare, The Southern Iniative
Justine Gilliland, CEO Venture Taranaki
Mark Rawson, Regional Director, Kāinga Ora
Rachel Adams, We are Manaaki
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMEN T
EDNZ offers a range of ED online courses that can you can choose to either graze as and when you choose or build into a qualification. Invest in your future and enrol today.
EDNZ celebrates the work of practitioners through the conferral of best practice awards. Categories of Best practice include:
Response and recovery planning
Primary research and analysis
Fellow of EDNZ
A distinguished service award
EDNZ works collaboratively with a number of central government agencies to represent the ED network on issues of the day. This has led to a number of successes for both central government and the network.
Keeping you in the loop
We do the research so you don't have to. Read the latest news on economic development within and beyond NZ. You can also delve into our premier publication, the Mahi Tahi Journal.