Four local wāhine talk social media

Social media is more than just a platform to share your products or services. It’s a place to build relationships, make connections and be social!

10 June, 5.30pm - 7pm

Hear from four successful local business wāhine about how they have created and grown their successful brands across different social media platforms. Be inspired, get practical tips and ask questions during this interactive session where we will discuss:

  • What’s your brand mission? Discovering who you are, your skills and strengths and the story you have to tell.
  • Who’s your tribe? Finding the true audience for your brand.
  • What’s your authentic voice? Developing messaging that speaks to your audience and builds trust.
  • How do you look? Bringing your brand to life with visuals that best reflect your brand.


Te Rauparaha Arena

10 June, 5.30 - 7pm

Te Rauparaha Arena, 17 Parumoana Street, Porirua


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Abby & Zoë , Be + Humble

Owners and Founders

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.

Lilia Alexander

Lilia Alexander, Wellington Live

Owner & Founder

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 Soloa, Layplan

Co-Owner and Founder

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. 

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