“People will support what they help to create.” -Marvin Weisbord Seismics and the City 2015 Creating a Greater Christchurch, Rydges Latimer, Friday 27 March will sketch the bigger picture of the emerging new Christchurch as the post-quakes recovery reaches the tipping point. The forum will feature cross-sector updates and knowledge sharing plus opportunities for feedback, input, high level networking and collaboration. More at www.smartnet.co.nz
NB Members of Sarah Miles networks (Sarah spoke at the 2013 forum) qualify for either a 2 for 1 registration fee, if representing an organisation, or an interested individual’s 2/3s discount by mentioning “per Sarah M” when registering online.
I hope you can or a colleague can join us at this timely one day event. Registrations can be time-shared morning and afternoon by prior arrangement.
Lyall Lukey, Forum Convener email@example.com
Seismics and the City 2015, Friday 27 March, Rydges Latimer Christchurch, is a cross-sector forum for representatives of public, private and community sector organisations and interested individuals, on the rebuilding of Greater Christchurch in the wake of the earthquakes of 2010-11.
Connecting the recovery dots
This year’s forum, the 4th in an annual series, will fill in the bigger picture of recovery and connect the dots on a broad canvas as the renewed city takes shape. It will also provide rare opportunities for cross sector feedback, input and knowledge sharing to enhance the quality of high level strategic planning and implementation.
The event starts with a networking breakfast and cross sector updates, perspectives and discussion on shaping the new Christchurch.
Part Day Registration Options
1. Breakfast presentations: 7.00am – 9.15am includes networking breakfast and 10 short presentations $145.00+gst pp. Register now at Eventbrite (Closes 12 Noon Thurs 26 March).
2. Lunch presentations: 12.30pm – 2.30pm includes networking lunch and 3 presentations $145.00+gst pp.
Register now at Eventbrite (Closes12 Noon Thurs 26 March).
NB Half day and full-day registrations are also still available at Registration until 5pm Wed 25 March.