NZHIT Annual General Meeting 2019

Dates:
November 20, 2019
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November 20, 2019
Time:
11.45am - 12.30pm
Location:
Brooklyn 1 meeting room, HiNZ conference venue, Claudelands, Hamilton
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What's happened during 2018-19 and what's going to happen in 2019-20?

NZHIT has had another very busy and productive year. It's always a privilege for us to be able to share with members how we've performed over the past 12 months and our plans for the future.

These are exciting times with changes afoot in the sector that will provide opportunities and challenges.

Attending your AGM gives you the opportunity to learn more about this and the opportunities NZHIT is providing members to engage, commit and contribute so you can thrive and survive in this changing world. For more information on this read Scott Arrol's recent speech at Parliament.

Kate Reid (NZHIT Chair) and Scott Arrol (NZHIT CEO) will provide an overview of NZHIT's performance, plans for the future and announce the results of the Board election process (who will be representing members for the next 12 months?).

Where: Brooklyn 1 meeting room, HiNZ Conference venue, Claudelands, Hamilton
When: 11.45am to 12.30pm
Important notes:
* The AGM immediately follows on from the "Think Global - Act Local" workshop (organised by NZHIT) and is purposely being held in the same room so members can remain for the AGM.
* If you're attending only the AGM (i.e. one of the unfortunate ones not also attending the workshop prior) you will be able to enter the room just before the AGM's 11.45am start time.
* The conference lunch is available once the AGM is finished at 12.30pm and you will have plenty of time to eat, chat and prepare for the HiNZ conference opening at 1.30pm.

Is your company or organisation a NZHIT member? Contact Anna at info@nzhit.nz to check and for further information.

Kate Reid

Board Member - Chair (Elected)

Scott Arrol

Chief Executive Officer

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