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Te Waka Business Sentiment Survey Results

Waikato businesses more optimistic about regional economy than six months ago Regional economic development agency Te Waka’s second Waikato Business Sentiment Survey shows business owners and managers are significantly more optimistic about their sector and the region’s economic performance than they were six months ago,but remain less confident n the country’s economic performance as a whole. Conducted in partnership with local authorities, chambers of commerce, regional tourism operators...

April 19, 2021

Cambridge Chamber Annual Golf Day Powered by Craig's Investment Partners

Friday 19th March saw our Cambridge Business Chamber Golf Tournament, powered by Craigs Investment Partners who have enabled our golf day to become an annual fixture in our events calendar. Teams made up of their business associates, friends & clients treated themselves to a great afternoon with Cambridge Chamber of Commerce New Zealand at the Cambridge Golf Club. Amongst the fun & frivolity, it was a competitive afternoon, with plenty of networking opportunities. With 22 tea...

March 24, 2021

Waipa District Council - Long Term Plan Consultation 2021 - 2031

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March 22, 2021

New Year: Same Issues: Economic Report by Brad Olsen

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March 5, 2021

Te Waka - Radar Report

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December 21, 2020

Third Bridge Presentation by Waipa District Council

Dawn Inglis Group Manager Service Delivery, for Waipa District Council presented a summary of the Beca report, along with an overview of the Council's current position on the proposition of a third bridge for Cambridge. In 2018, Council commissioned independent experts (Beca) to assess the need for a third traffic bridge. The Beca report* found:Based on a regional traffic model and taking town growth into account, there was no ‘short or medium term need’ for an additional bridge in Cambridge...

December 14, 2020

Beca Report

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December 10, 2020

Waipa Networks Business Awards

Save the date! Waipa Networks Business Awards 2021 dates released. The Cambridge Business Chamber announce dates for the 2021 Waipa Networks Business Awards. The Chamber will open entries officially on Monday 8th  February 2021, with the Awards Presentation scheduled for Friday 16th April; two dates that are well worth putting in your diaries now, so that you don’t miss out on a great business opportunity. Regrettably, we made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Awards, given the ...

December 3, 2020

Infometrics Report: Waipa District

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November 27, 2020

Hon Stuart Nash Small Business Update

Hon Stuart Nash, Minister of Economic & Regional Development, Forestry, Small Business and Tourism. Hear from the Minister on what he intends to do for small and medium businesses over the coming three years and the value he see's in the New Zealand Business Chambers as a voices for SME's. ...

November 26, 2020

Two Years in the Chair

What a journey the last two years have been. I can’t imagine another role that would catapult you headfirst into the community like this one.  If I am honest, I am not sure I could have well articulated  the role of a Chamber before I started in this job. It is incredibly diverse but one of the most satisfying roles I have had throughout my career. Highlights include the launch of the Totally Locally Cambridge, #onejobatatime and without a doubt making the difference that mattered su...

November 19, 2020

Te Waka Economic Radar- 6 November

From Te Waka:As we head rapidly towards the end of 2020, a year in which many say ‘phew’ thank goodness that is over, the latest statistics on the New Zealand economy give us a picture of the depth of the effects of COVID-19. There have been some reassuring signs of stability in recent indicators for the Waikato region. A rise in the number of people in jobs saw the unemployment rate remain steady (compared to a rise around the country), and exports continue to perform well....

November 6, 2020

Cambridge Town Hall

Waipā District Council is considering establishing a charitable trust to undertake the re-development of the Cambridge Town Hall; and develop a sustainable business model to manage the Hall in the future.  We thought it would be important to reach out to your directly as you may wish to have a say on this matter. The Cambridge Town Hall has and is still used for key events, but even though it is available to hire, use of the Hall has steadily reduced over the last decade with only 27% of ...

November 5, 2020

Local Procurement

We held a well attended event Tuesday 3rd November with Waipa District Council “The inside word on council tenders” Here are the notes from the presentation....

November 5, 2020

#onejobatatime Waikato's Nxtstep - There's work to be done

A group of business organisations across the Waikato are doing a united, simultaneous drive this Labour weekend to help Waikato people find work. The Cambridge Business Chamber, joined by a number of organizations including Tourism Waikato, MSD, Te Waka, Hamilton Central Business Association and Waikato Chambers of Commerce, will all be encouraging their networks of employers and HR companies to feed any and every job that is available in the Waikato onto the free regional job matching website w...

October 14, 2020

Shining the red light

On Wednesday 30th September as darkness falls, venues from over 25 cities across the world will light up red in support of the thousands who work in an industry hit hard by lockdowns and mass gathering limits.  Dubbed the #WeMakeEvents movement, the global wave of red will start in New Zealand with events professionals lighting up their spaces or symbols of their businesses. The aim is to represent the entire value chain of events, from the technical talent, caterer...

September 30, 2020

Chamber Member Satisfaction Survey Results

Thank you to everyone that took part in our Member Satisfaction survey, your answers help us to shape our program to provide value and relevancy in an every-changing business landscape. ...

September 10, 2020

Te Waka Economic Radar

Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy. Charts in today’s Radar summarise statistics and data released over the last four weeks....

September 8, 2020

Waipa District Economic Update

This quarter's Economic reports and commentary for the Waipa District have now been released by The Waipa District Council, with data provided by Infometrics:...

August 28, 2020

Culinary Cambridge is back for 2020!

Music to the ears of food lovers everywhere - Culinary Cambridge is back for 2020 – with a few additions! Save the date September 11th-20th 2020....

August 3, 2020

First Fieldays Online a virtual succes

Via New Zealand National Fieldays Society:The Fieldays Online concept and digital platform was created in just under 108 days. As New Zealand went into the national lockdown the New Zealand National Fieldays Society (NZNFS) began building an online eventfollowing the cancellation of the physical Fieldays; effectively transforming the largest agricultural show in the Southern Hemisphere into a completely virtual experience. The success of the event, which was held from the 13th - 26th July, was ...

August 3, 2020

Te Waka- Economic Rader

From Te Waka:Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy. Charts in today’s Radar show some improvement and stabilisation of trends over the past few weeks. Due to COVID-19’s relatively stable nature in NZ and to account for various data sources’ schedules of releasing data, we have made the decision to move to publishing Economic Radars on a monthly basis. Report...

July 10, 2020

Feedback- From NZ Louvres

Thank you to Chamber Members New Zealand Louvres, for this wonderful testimonial to the work of the Chamber. "During the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown, we found ourselves as a business, in a position of concern, uncertainty and facing potential devastation with some similarities to the GFC. With that experience and some incredibly valuable lessons, we understood quickly that we had to move into a position of strength and batten down the hatches so to speak. We set about planning for Business C...

July 7, 2020

Waipa District Council Procurement Policy-Media Release

Council says support local 7 July 2020 Council is actively promoting a ’contribute locally’ policy as it works to support the economic recovery of Waipā following the COVID-19 lockdown. Waipā District Council recently agreed on a procurement strategy to source and deliver all goods, works and services provided by or for the Council. It covers everything from simple and straightforwardpurchases to complex, high-risk projects. With a forecasted economic recession that is expected to last up ...

July 7, 2020

Te Waka- Economic Radar

This information is provided by Te Waka: Waikato's Economic Development Agency : https://www.tewaka.nz/...

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