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Mike Hosking is a well known radio host and television presenter.
Speaks on drugs in the workplace and the problems of ‘P’ – Methamphetamine and other drugs throughout society and the workplace at all levels. Employers need to be able to recognise the signs as drug use is becoming endemic through all levels of all types of businesses.
Tourism Entrepreneur- founder of Tamaki Maori Village, which is now a family run business that employs 120 staff turning over in excess of $10 million. In 1998 Tamaki Maori Village was the Overall Supreme Tourism Award Winner at the NZ Tourism Awards.
They’re New Zealand’s latest sensation. Awesome voices, amazing music and a great show. Available as the group “Viva Live” or as solo artists or duos.
Murray Deaker's direct and sometimes controversial style has won him many awards including the Best Sports Presenter at the Radio Awards seven times and was a finalist on 10 other occasions.
Pat Armitstead has been described as :” Australasias answer to Patch Adams”. She is a compassionate, intuitive and humourous speaker who engages and transforms audiences with her mastery of positive psychology, storytelling and improv acting
Peter Lester is a New Zealand yachting personality - first as a succesful sailor and more recently as a commentator.
Iconic former newsreader and professional Master of Ceremonies
Ray Pitch has over 25 years experience in the computer and information technology field. He is an international speaker and seminar leader focusing on the non-technical and managerial side of information technology, encouraging organisations to examine and use technology to leverage sustainable competitive advantage for their businesses.
Singer, actor and MC, Ray Woolf is one of New Zealand's most well known and loved entertainers.
After a 2.2m fall in 2004 Rhett Brown became paralysed. He has has a new career path as a professional speaker, talking to corporate and industry groups about the consequences – the end result of a serious work place accident. This talk will amaze you with insight; candid gritty insight of how Rhett now lives and manages is daily routine. His body is broken, but the spirit and will to strive is still strong.
Best known for his hosting role in Sports Cafe, Ric is now a television producer of The Crowd Goes Wild.
Became a household name as one of the "Twelve Bar Rhythm and Shoes" stars, but now makes his living as a singer, corporate entertainer and master of ceremonies.
A theatre on the street performer rather that a busker, there are three different shows to choose from employing a wide variety of skills. A recent invitee to the La Strada festival in Germany.
Richard is an Associate Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Management. He spent 6 years as General Manager of a major Australian Credit bureau before forming his own credit agencies in New Zealand. Richard was a Director of Creditcorp Services Ltd and National President of the New Zealand Credit and Finance Institute
Rev. Richard Randerson CNZM is Dean of Auckland’s Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell. As Anglican priest and bishop over 40 years he has exercised a diverse ministry at the cutting edge with community, commerce and governments, both in NZ and overseas. In all such endeavours he has sought to bring a strong social and ethical dimension to policy, working with decision-makers in the private and public sectors to integrate enterprise with social concern.
Robbie was the voice of Mai FM for 14 years before leaving to join the Breeze in 2006.
Wellington's premier big band featuring the capital's finest jazz talent. Founded by New Zealand jazz-big band legend Rodger Fox, this band covers all bases.
Rodney Hide became leader of the political party ACT New Zealand in 2004
As a high profile radio personality for nearly 30 years, the Voice of Waikato Stadium and over 20 years in the entertainment industry fronting events, Ronny has everything you need to M.C. your next function.
From taking the stage at the tender age of 9, Russell Harrison has become one of the most recognised entertainers in New Zealand.
Highlights of her coaching career include winning the 2003 Netball World Championships and back to back Gold medals at the 2006 and 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Simon “Swampy” Marsh was one of the original owners of More FM. He was part of a small group of committed broadcasting business people who did not consider failure.
Sir Richard Hadlee is undoubtedly one of the world's leading fast bowlers and once held the world record for the most test wickets.
Stefan Preston is one of NZ's most accomplished CEO's. He has been involved in turning around Whitcoulls, Pacific Retail Group and Bendon. He is a Business speaker with strong focus on retailing, aspects of marketing, leadership, people development and building a global brand.
Steph Brown together with Jude Ellis took fourth place in the Trans-Atlantic Ocean Rowing Race of 2001. They made history as the first female, double-handed crew to cross this 5000km stretch of mountainous seas. Their crossing was entirely unassisted and they proved to be the surprise of this race, deemed to be “the ultimate test of strength and endurance”, by beating 32 other international, male crews.
Very successful director of Queensberry and Co, a family company who now through its work on the web sells very expensive photograph albums throughout the world.
How did a young man with little passion for education become one of New Zealand's leading entrepreneurial businessmen? This is the story of Steve Lange and how Tony's Tyre Service became the largest independently owned tyre company in New Zealand.