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Thu 3 Sep 2015, 8:00am–5:00pm

Where: AUT Auckland - Sir Paul Reeves Building, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • SBN member: $474.00 ($400.00 + $74.00 fees & GST)
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Brands that are effectively telling their sustainability story are becoming more powerful. Join them by learning how to communicate sustainability in a compelling way, your market and internal teams, at the 2015 Project NZ conference.

New Zealand organisations have made great progress in integrating sustainability initiatives into business practice in recent years. Yet a gap persists in public awareness of the great strides these forward-thinking organisations are making.

The Project NZ: Telling Good Stories conference will help your business be more effective in communicating sustainability internally and to your market. It will give you tools to grow the commercial success of your business through building the right messages for your market.

Exploring the best in sustainable brands globally and in New Zealand, it will look at digital trends and innovations, and show you how to grow and use your brand as a voice for change.

The conference will help you build a credible, sustainable brand to increase awareness and sales, as well as engage your staff in understanding the business advantages of sustainability.


The speakers are leaders in their field and include international experts from the UK and Australia, as well as leaders of some of New Zealand’s foremost sustainable brands.

Keynote speaker Matthew Yeomans is the Founder of Sustainly, a UK media consultancy providing intelligence and advisory services for brands communicating sustainability, including FTSE and Fortune 500 companies. He is the lead author of the Social Media Sustainability Index. Leading speakers include:

Matthew Yeomans - CEO, Sustainly, UK
Nicky Bell - CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi
Peter Cullinane - Founder and Chairman, Lewis Road Creamery


Topics include the new era of communicating and sustainability, the future of sustainable brands in New Zealand, new innovations, connecting with millennials, marketing, internal communication, visual storytelling, integrated reporting and engaging with the media. The full programme will be released soon.

Who is coming?

Directors, business development managers, brand managers, marketers, communication professionals, sustainability managers, project managers, supply chain managers, and creative and design agencies.

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