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POSTPONED Northland Rural Business Network with Malcolm Rand

When:

Wed 18 Nov 2015, 6:45pm

Where: Barge Showgrounds Events Centre, Maunu Road, State Highway 14, Whangarei

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: daile4kx

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to make the decision to postpone the November RBN event with Malcolm Rands as the guest speaker.

This was to be held on Wednesday night, 18th November at 6.45pm at the Whangarei Barge Showgrounds.

We apologise for this postponement and any inconvenience that it may cause. We thank you for your support and we will endeavour to re-schedule this event in March next year.

Please advise if you would like to be refunded for your ticket or we can carry it over to the next event.

Founded by Malcolm and Melanie Rands in 1993, ecostore was set up with the intention of supplying NZ with the everyday goods they needed to live in harmony with the environment. At the same time ecostore was designed to be a cause-related business to channel resources into a not-for-profit organisation called the fairground foundation.

Ecostore has also developed a research and development facility and has expanded into manufacture. The guiding principle of formulations is that the end product must not only be good for the planet, but must also be good for the user – individual health issues are at the forefront of product development.

Ecostore is currently distributing to most supermarkets and organic, stores throughout New Zealand. In Australia ecostore is in over 300 health stores and 800 supermarkets. A range of ecostore products can now be found in USA, Korea , Hong Kong, UK and Singapore with orders pending for Taiwan, Malaysia, Japan, and Europe.

The RBN provides an opportunity for rural based business people to participate in professional development to grow their businesses through networking and learning. The RBN aims to connect bright, innovative, ambitious people with successful like-minded businessmen and women. This creates an opportunity to learn from and be inspired by others. Through the RBN, businesses are connected across different sectors of the primary industry to share ideas and identify innovative opportunities.

The RBN operates through a network of locally based Hubs throughout New Zealand. At quarterly meetings, people can meet motivated, innovative rural business people who understand that collaboration and cooperation builds successful businesses.

The RBN aims to deliver four key outcomes at each meeting:

- Interesting, relevant key note speakers
- Question and Answer sessions for in-depth understanding
- Networking
- Socialising

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