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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.

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