Covid-19 has shone the light on the importance of indigenous knowledge.
The wisdom of our ancestors in protecting our lands, whanau and environment, has created more conscious aware consumers, thirsty for authentic, Maori products and services. But to reach your customers and create repetitive sales, you must master the art of digital marketing and eCommerce platforms.
Listen to four Maori businesses who are working together to help more indigenous entrepreneurs make money online.
Lily Stender from Tolaga Bay Innovation, Travis O’Keefe from Te Whare Hukahuka
Kaye Maree Dunn from Ka Hao Programme and Moana Ellis from 5000 Tribes.
Join us on zoom to learn more.
You can drop into this event at any time.
A Regional Business Partner to support Maori entrepreneurs with their start-up businesses and online growth, utilising the power of digital marketing technologies.
Travis O’Keefe has more than 30 years’ experience as an entrepreneur, social entrepreneur and business coach, particularly in startup enterprises, business leadership and strategy. Most recently, Travis has been leading the development of Te Whare Hukahuka’s sister company, Nuku Limited, which makes a range of products and sells them via eCommerce.
Moana Ellis is co-founder of 5000 TRIBES. As part of its social mission to connect 5000 tribes around the world through digital enterprise, 5000 TRIBES has launched a global online marketplace for Māori, Pasifika and Indigenous businesses.
Empowering indigenous peoples to master online digital technologies. Ka Hao Programme is a virtual 3 month digital marketing course to teach Maori enterprises how to make money online.