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COVID-19 Update #3

Join the webinar, check out the new website and HPA still open for business plus how Ungerboek went virtual with a week to go.


EVANZ: Supporting Venues Through COVID-19 Webinar #1

by Sally-Anne Coates

BYO Morning tea and join venue colleagues to hear how everyone is dealing with the COVID-19 crisis, Thursday 9 April at 10.30am.

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To all my fellow Members and Associate Members of EVANZ.

by Keith Parker

I am not going to go into the pandemic that we are all facing as I know that each and every one of you have been affected in some way and are dealing with it in your own ways.

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Have you checked out the new EVANZ website yet?

by Sally-Anne Coates

Time for a bit of good news - we were delighted to be able to launch our new-look website this week.

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by Health Promotion Agency

Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency is an essential business while New Zealand is in Alert Level 4. Everyone at Te Hiringa Hauora is working hard to ensure our health promotion operations continue amid the unprecedented challenges of the current COVID-19 situation.

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Steve Harper, President, shared a message to members of the Venue Management Association this week.

by Venue Management Association

With the cancellation of both the VMA Congress and the Venue Management School this year, the Association is finding new ways to support their Members.

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Associate Members, Ungerboeck were just days away from hosting their annual conference when COVID-19 changed the landscape.

by Ungerboeck

With a week to go they turned it into an online event and opened it up to everyone. Read the article below for the inside story on their game-changing game-plan.

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The national arts and cultural events response network will be convening for their second regular online hui at 11 am, Monday 6 April. This week, focusing on festivals.

by PANNZ/Auckland Live

PANNZ, in partnership with Auckland Live, would like to invite the creative sector from across Aotearoa to come together in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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