Are you coming along to Get The Edge Auckland? Meet international leaders, learn tips and tricks of the trade from some of the best in the business, and network with your New Zealand team. What better way to start your international business than by networking with like-minded kiwis and band together to create a super, international team. Teams with multinational branches make you stronger, and now is your chance.
Get The Edge
Over the event you will get to hear from amazing, inspiration speakers such as:
- Rick Arnold – General Manager, Australia and New Zealand
- Rob Horkings – 5 Star National Marketing Director
- Nicky Horkings – 5 Star National Marketing Director
- Belinda Packer – National Marketing Director
- Zoe O’Brien – National Marketing Director
- Jen Harwood – Director, International Business Speaker and Author
And more surprise guests….
Based in New Zealand? Help grow your team by learning the vital leadership skills needed to build your empire! This Power-packed event will provide, information, inspiration and motivation. Hear about our brand-new products, tips for building the business, contacting and inviting information, recognitions, testimonials and much, much more.
Take this chance, as well to mingle and network with other members of the Nerium family at the post-conference networking session.
Book your tickets now: http://bit.ly/GetTheEdge_A17
Now that we know you’re attending, here are a few travel tips you should know:
Money: Always carry cash in NZD when travelling. EFTPOS is everywhere in NZ, but is incompatible with most overseas debit and credit card pin systems. ATM machines/Hole-in-the-walls will accept most international credit cards if you do find yourself low on cash. When making payment in a restaurant, tipping is not mandatory and you are not being rude if you simply pay the amount stated on the bill.
Internet: Don’t expect fast, reliable internet everywhere you go. Tip – if you find a good connection, utilise it and get as much work done as you can.
Coffee & Wine: There is no shortage of great coffee, and its available EVERYWHERE. And if you think the coffees good, just wait until you try the wine. NZ is renowned for great Sauvignon-Blanc but just wait until you try the Pinot Noir – you can’t miss it/
Flying: Although it may be easy to forget, NZ is not actually part of Australia and you will need a passport to fly there.
Emergency numbers: The emergency number in NZ is 111 and is free to call.
To find out more head to the Know Before you go, New Zealand blog.
We look forward to seeing you in Auckland!