What do we do?

The aim of the Irish Business Network of New Zealand is to provide a friendly and open forum for business people with a connection to Ireland to network and socialise together.

The group comprises business professionals from a number of industries.

Want to contact us? Email info@ibnnz.com or join our LinkedIn group. You can also follow us on Twitter @IrishBusinessNZ.

Click here to join our mailing list and get updates on future events.

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Short and Sweet: Quick-fire presentations from Irish and NZ businesses

Join us for a fast-paced and fun night of thinking and networking! Hear from Irish companies doing business in New Zealand and Kiwi firms operating in Ireland.

Companies presenting:

Butlers Chocolates: Irish luxury chocolatier, with cafes in Wellington and Auckland.

SonruIrish company providing automated video interviewing for screening candidates.

Cemplicity:  NZ company providing patient experience software into the health sector in NZ and Ireland.

NZ Boutique Wines: NZ company supplying fine NZ wine to Ireland.

Wed 16th August 2017, 5.30pm-8.30pm @ PwC, Level 22, 188 Quay St, Auckland CBD.

Tickets $49. Buy your ticket now.

Don’t miss out on this great event! Ticket sales close Friday 11th August 2017.

The aim of the Irish Business Network of New Zealand  is to provide a friendly and open forum for business people with a connection to Ireland to network and socialise together.

Launched in 2015, the group comprises business professionals from a number of industries. We run a number of networking events during the year.

Please forward this to anyone you feel may be interested.

To discuss this event or any aspect of IBNNZ please contact Treza on 021 957 255 or info@ibnnz.com

Considering a return to Ireland?

Auckland poster - August 3rd 2017

Come along to this free information session and find out what you need to know about making the move back to Ireland from New Zealand.

A joint initiative by the Crosscare Migrant Project and the Consulate General of Ireland, Auckland, New Zealand.

TOPICS COVERED:
> Returning with non-EEA partners and family members
> Healthcare and social welfare entitlements
> Migration
> Tax obligations
> Education and employment
> Social and culture factors
> Insurance
> Plus much more…

DETAILS:
Venue: Auckland Irish Society, Rocky Nook Ave, Fowlds Park, Morningside, Auckland
Date: Thursday, August 3, 2017
Time: 6pm

Tickets now on sale: Lessons from Sport panel event – May 23

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What’s it like predicting how many Olympic medals a country will get, planning a Lions tour, or training for an All-Ireland final while still doing your day job?

Hear from a panel of sport experts from Ireland, now living and working in NZ:

Ken Lynch, Athlete Development Lead, High Performance Sport NZ
Ian Long, Head of Public Affairs, New Zealand Rugby
Rory O’Carroll, All-Ireland winning Dublin GAA football player

Tuesday, May 23 from 5.45pm – 8pm @ PwC, 188 Quay Street, Auckland 1010

Tickets $49. On sale now until May 18. Numbers are strictly limited. Don’t miss out on this event!

Click here to BUY YOUR TICKET.

Photos: Business breakfast with visiting Irish Minister of State

Breakfast event with Irish Minister of State

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Ireland’s Taoiseach Enda Kenny, left, with Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’Donovan, TD. 

The Irish Business Network NZ will be hosting a special breakfast event with Mr Patrick O’Donovan, TD, Ireland’s Minister of State for Tourism and Sport on Friday, March 10.

Minister O’Donovan will be visiting New Zealand as part of the St Patrick’s Festival.

Join the IBNNZ to get a closer insight into the issues facing Ireland.

Date and time: Friday, March 10, 7am-9am

Venue: Europe House, Level 16, 56 Wakefield St, Auckland
Tickets $30, strictly limited. RSVP by March 7.

Click here to buy your tickets now.

Brexit Breakfast at Europe House

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With the UK decision to leave the European Union, what will be the implications for Ireland,  Britain and New Zealand?

Joining us to discuss the issues of Brexit at a very special breakfast event on February 15 will be:

Jonathan Sinclair
British High Commissioner to New Zealand

Niamh McMahon
Honorary Consul General for Ireland in New Zealand

Tony Alexander
Chief Economist at the Bank of New Zealand

Tickets to this event have sold out but you are welcome to join the wait list, should a ticket become available.