Business Events in the Bay of Plenty Electorate with MP Todd Muller

Throughout the year I hold a range of events for constituents in the Bay of Plenty electorate to attend. I value these occasions to connect with different sectors of the community and hear feedback, listen to concerns and share views on the state of New Zealand and the Bay. It's also a great opportunity for constituents to meet with key caucus colleagues for discussions about business issues in New Zealand and the Bay.

Over the next few months I have scheduled these key events for the business community that you may like to book for.

  • Public meeting with Hon Mark Mitchell, Opposition Spokesman for Police and Defence
    Wednesday 17 August, 6pm, Papamoa Surf Lifesaving Club
    More info and booking link

  • Business at the Beach, informal business networking event
    Thursday 8 September, 4.30 pm at Cleaver & Co, Bayfair
    More info and booking link

  • Business in the Bay, afternoon tea for Te Puna businesses
    Monday 29 August, 3pm at Nourish Cafe
    More info and booking link

  • Business drinks with Leader of the Opposition, Christopher Luxon and MP for Tauranga Sam Uffindell
    Monday 28 November, 4pm, Tauriko. 
    Booking link to be advised soon.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Law and Order Public Meeting

    Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at 06:00 PM · Papamoa Surf Livesaving Club at The Domain in Papamoa, New Zealand

    MP for Bay of Plenty Todd Muller invites constituents of the Bay of Plenty electorate and surrounding region to attend a public meeting in Papamoa on Wednesday 17 August 2022. Todd will be accompanied by special guests Hon Mark Mitchell, Opposition Spokesman for Police, and Tauranga MP Sam Uffindell.

    This is a great opportunity to hear National's perspective on the state of New Zealand's crime landscape and how a National-led Government would better support Police to protect our communities. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and share your views about local crime concerns or other issues with your local MP and his guest.

    We highly recommend pre-registering so we can ensure you have a seat on the night.

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    Monday, August 29, 2022 at 03:00 PM · Nourish Cafe in Tauranga, New Zealand

    Business in The Bay - Monday 29th August 2022

    Our popular Business in the Bay is a series of networking events I host throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for me to connect with constituents in the business community to hear your concerns, feedback and views on how things are tracking for you and your staff. 

    I hope you are free to come along to our August 29 event which will be held at Nourish Cafe in Te Puna from 3-4. 

    For catering purposes it would be appreciated if you could let us know if you're free to join us. If you've got any food allergies, please email my office so we can cater for you on the day.

    My team and I are looking forward to catching up if you're free on the 29th of August.

    (Click here to view other business events I'm holding this year)

  • Into Work

    Thursday, September 08, 2022 at 10:00 AM

    Help wanted: ‘Into Work’ employment workshop to be held in Bay of Plenty

    A country-wide workshop which aims to connect local businesses looking for workers and local people seeking employment to be held in Tauranga on Thursday 8 September.

     

    Businesses across the country are crying out for workers. You cannot walk into a supermarket, café or retail shop without seeing a ‘Help Wanted’ sign.

     

    National Party’s Social Development & Employment spokesperson, Louise Upston, wants her ‘Into Work’ workshops to be for anyone finding staff, looking for work or an agency helping others find jobs.

     

    “The workshop aims help solve challenges for businesses and reduce barriers for those seeking work,” Upston says. 

     

    “If you are a senior getting back into the workforce, a parent returning to work, a local employer searching for staff or someone on Jobseeker Support, this ‘Into Work’ workshop is for you.”

     

    Despite record job vacancies, 177,000 people across the country remain on the Jobseeker Support - a weekly payment that helps New Zealanders while they look for work.

     

    “In the Hawkes Bay region there are more than 5,800 people on Jobseeker. At a time with record low unemployment and businesses desperate for workers, these numbers should be much lower.

     

    “We want to hear about local initiatives that are getting people off welfare and into work at these workshops, especially from agencies working with Jobseekers.”

     

    To be eligible for Jobseeker, you must be over the age of 18 and be willing to accept suitable employment or take steps to find work.

     

    “Jobseeker is supposed to be a temporary, short-term payment to keep people afloat while they look for a job. It’s not supposed to be a long-term income source for people who can work.”

  • BATBMount

    Thursday, September 08, 2022 at 04:30 PM · Cleaver & Co in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand

    September Business at The Beach - Mount Maunganui

    Our popular Business at the Beach is a series of after work social events I host throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for me to connect with constituents in the business community to hear your concerns, feedback and views on how things are tracking for you and your staff. 

    I hope you are free to come along to our September 8 event which will be held at The Freeport/Cleaver & Co at Bayfair on Girvan Road from 4.30-6.30 pm. 

    I'll shout snacks and the first drink and then there will be regular bar service.

    For catering purposes it would be appreciated if you could let us know if you're free to join us. If you've got any food allergies, please email my office so we can cater for you on the night.

    My team and I are looking forward to catching up if you're free on the 8th of September

    (Click here to view other business events I'm holding this year)