From Monday 24 January, Porirua City is at the red setting of the traffic lights protection framework. This means some changes to the way we work and live, as protections are in place to help minimise the spread of Covid-19 in the community. Find out more
A big thank you to the beautiful wāhine from Be + Humble, Wellington Live, and Layplan for sharing their stories and conversing about the ups and downs of doing business on social media. See the images and videos below of the conversations had on the night.
Mothers, wives and creative souls who are passionate about making beautiful, affordable, organic goodness. All their products are made by hand and they are safe for the whole whanau to use. Proud Māori women who look to traditional practices for guidance.
Currently 23, she runs the most influential social media platform for Wellington residents, "Wellington - LIVE." Monthly impressions from 10-17 million. She works with local businesses, events, airlines, and councils to create engaging social media content and help them to reach a wide audience.
Talia is the co-owner and founder of Layplan, with her bestie and business partner Lavinia Ilolahia. Talia grew up in Porirua, has a BDes Fashion Design, her colourful family history includes Samoan, English, Irish and Scottish ancestry.
Our wrap up video of the Porirua Business Month is out now!
A huge thanks to everyone who made this event such a success. Watch the vid to relive the fun and share with everyone who missed out!