Māori business support
WellingtonNZ supports Māori businesses and Māori in business by connecting you to services and support to learn, grow and thrive
We want to work with Māori businesses and Māori in business across the entire Wellington region - from Wellington city and suburbs to Hutt Valley, Wairarapa, Porirua, Kāpiti, through to Ōtaki.
No matter what stage your business is in, WellingtonNZ can help you find the best support and services available to help your business grow. This includes start-ups, and businesses already trading.
Work with our Kaiwhakatupu Pakihi Māori (Māori Business Growth advisor)
Our Kaiwhakatupu Pakihi Māori (Māori Business Growth Advisor) is dedicated to working with Māori businesses in the Wellington region.
This role connects businesses and business owners to strong local and regional networks, funding opportunities, workshops and other resources to ensure that Māori businesses have all the tools they need to succeed.
My role means I get to meet and work with Māori businesses and creatives already doing incredible things and support them on their journey. It means a lot to be able to celebrate Māori in business and help grow the already strong Māori business community
Hannah Anderson, WellingtonNZ Kaiwhakatupu Pakihi Māori
What WellingtonNZ can do for your business
We connect you to the right people for your business needs. Our Kaiwhakatupu Pakihi Māori will sit down with you to understand your business and help you’re looking for before recommending services, business networks and mentors which could help you grow. This includes:
- Capability Funding - this is partially funded through WellingtonNZ that covers the cost of experts who can give you the skills and advice you need to expand your business, grow your sales or take on more staff.
Who we work with
WellingtonNZ is one of many agencies here to support and grow Māori business in the Wellington region. We work closely with these organisations to make sure you’re getting the guidance and support you need.
Our Māori business support whānau: