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Young Business Women in NZ Inc raises pride and money

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‘Young Business Women in New Zealand Inc’ is a not-for-profit organisation established in October 2014 in Auckland. Its members are intelligent and active young business women from various businesses and professions.

The organisation provides a platform for members to grow and support each other by sharing information, knowledge and personal experience.

‘Young Business Women NZ’ promotes openness, inclusiveness and kindness through devotion, innovation, and betterment. It encourages members to support and enhance economic growth and international business opportunities between New Zealand and China.

Promoting Charity

The organisation has devoted itself to promoting charity work, benefiting more than 300,000 people.

It is actively involved in various charity works to encourage and promote social wellbeing among individuals, companies and community organisations in New Zealand.

Since establishment, it has organised and participated many major charity events.

Working together with other organisations, it has raised approximately $120,000 for charity. The organisation provides support to New Zealand Youth Development Trust, Children’s Autism New Zealand, John Walker Charitable Trust and Avonlea Rest Homes.

Branching out

‘Young Business Women in NZ’ is in the process of establishing branches in other regions and countries to promote love and positive vibe.

‘Together We become a stronger community’ is not only a slogan but also the motivation and reason of its devoted community services.

Major Events

2014: Signed Strategic Business Agreement with Meisheng Cruise Club.

2014: Official launch, attended by many community and business leaders including Madam Wenjuan Tang, Deputy Counsel-General of Auckland Consulate Office of People’s Republic of China and Dr Jian Yang, Member of Parliament.

2015: Visit to Avonlea Rest Homes with GMP Group.

2015: Hosted a Charitable Night for children with autism jointly with New Zealand Youth Development Trust, Autism New Zealand, Putian Chamber of Commerce of New Zealand and Putian Association of New Zealand. The event raised $110,000.

2016:  Sponsored and hosted the Chinese New Year Festival jointly with Whau Local Board, Auckland Council at New Lynn, Auckland.

2016: Members of the organisation were invited to visit China in promoting business and trade corporation between New Zealand and China. Their visit was highly praised by the leaders of the local government and the business communities in both countries.

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Members of ‘Young Business Women in NZ’

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