The first ever Te Rerenga Manu fono (conference) will take place next week on August 31 and September 1 at the Papatoetoe Seventh Day Adventist Church (PAPSDA) Campus. The two-day fono brings together social, business, health and educational innovators who will lead the way in unleashing the entrepreneurial pacific spirit. Te Rerenga Manu is being delivered by the Emerging Pasifika Leaders Steering Group, a group funded by The Southern Initiative of Auckland Council. Te Rerenga Manu will be a unique fono experience with pacific drama and music featured throughout to provoke discussion as well as to complement the insights and stories of business, health, social and education leaders. Businessman Ulumoatootua Aiono headlines an impressive line-up of speakers and panellists which includes Raveen Jaduram, CEO of Watercare, Judy Matai’a, CEO of Anglican Trust for Women and Children and Ranjna Patel Director of East Tamaki Healthcare. See tererengamanu2017.co.nz for more.