Event Resources

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Did you miss an event or want to look back over some of our previous content? 

Follow the links below to find what your looking for, if your having any trouble or would like to request information about a previous event, let us know by emailing info@cambridgechamber.co.nz. 



Carters Flat Stakeholders Consultation 2022

On April 14th 2022 at 7.30am Members of the Cambridge Business Chamber, Business Owners and operators from Carters Flat gathered at an online breakfast meeting to consult with council enlisted specialist Beca Ltd. Neda Bolouri and Sam Foster took us through the current draft plan and requested feedback from stakeholders in the area.  If you would like to check out the PowerPoint from this event click the button below. 

Interested in watching the recorded consultation CLICK HERE to view. 

Dti Lawyers

Rescheduled to be brought online 1st of November 2021, we caught up with DTi for a Lunch & Learn. 

Specialist employment lawyer and DTI Lawyers Director Andrea Twaddle leads us through meeting your health and safety obligations, acting in good faith, together with privacy issues associated with managing Covid-19 in the workplace. This includes the complex issue of Covid-19 vaccinations and your workforce.

Hospo Happy hour with Spencer Social

On Friday 12th of November at 5.00pm the Cambridge Business Chamber and Spencer Social caught up for a Socials Happy Hour, a Virtual happy hour focused on Tiktok for business. 

We discussed why and how social media can be used for your business. Our special guest Sophie Walton, the CEO of Spencer Social guiding us through this Friday afternoon conversation. 

Building digital capabilities is one of the networking events at Cambridge Business Chamber

Learn | Grow | Develop

Adding Capability to your business

Building Capability.

You’ve heard about the Chamber networking events and how they can help grow your business.  Well, growing your mind can also help grow your business.

An innovative organisation is by definition also a learning organisation. Continued learning and training is of vital importance in maintaining your edge in the market.

Be informed and inspired to take your business to the next level through Chamber seminars, workshops and business breakfasts.

2021 saw the return of the Building digital capabilities series which although affected by covid-19 restrictions saw some workshops go online. In the form of a lunch and learn our guest specialists in their field presented to attendees. 

Many thanks to Waipa District Council for Supporting this series. see more details below

Authentic Story Telling with Quick Brown Fox

Authentic Brand Storytelling: how to define and tell your story to connect with customers in meaningful ways. Presented by Quick Brown Fox Communications

Amanda will take us through a journey on how to better articulate our business stories to create deeper connections with our audiences. 

Optimizing Social Media with TAG

This session of our Online Digital Capability workshop Optimising Social Media with TAG was  rescheduled, due to Level 3 restrictions we have decided to move this event online! 

Ever struggle with social media content? Find it hard to come up with ideas for posts? Join us for this interactive Lunch and Learn workshop with Social Media Master Mind Amy Banks. 

Please submit any questions you have to info@cambridgechamber.co.nz

Canva workshop with The Little Acre

We may be under Level 4 lockdown but it will not stop us connecting and learning! In fact it might be the perfect time for you to upskill and join us online for our Digital Capability workshop on Canva with The little Acre - learn how to feel empowered when using Canva and confident with the outputs to make your business shine. Learn insights, tips & tricks from a graphic designer. 

Canva can be used as a fantastic in-house tool to help market your business - however, if used incorrectly, it can have a more damaging effect than helpful. Come learn how to feel empowered when using Canva and confident with the outputs to make your business shine.

New Zealand is now at Orange, within the New Covid-19 Protection Framework [Traffic light system].

To find out more about what this means for you please view our Covid-19 page or give us a call or email us on info@cambridgechamber.co.nz

Plan Change-19.

A plan change that will review the zoning of two commercial areas in Cambridge – Carters Flat, and the area on the corner on Cook Street and Shakespeare Street is taking place. On the 11th of November Waipa District Council, Cambridge Business Chamber along with land and business owners met online to discuss this topic. 

If you would like to see the latest Town Concept plans please CLICK HERE.

If you would like to know more about Plan Changes please CLICK HERE.

If you would like to know about Plan change-19 click the button below.

 

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