We value the diverse range of businesses we have operating in Porirua City, all of which play a vital role in our economy
On this page we’ve provided you with links to Government support, information and resources, as well as where you can find helpful local advice and support.
👉 Our Business Response Team is here for small businesses needing help or support. Simply email your phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch within one to three days.
An evening event to hear from some inspiring Māori and Pacific local businesses. There will also be a chance to network over delicious kai from Pacific Soul Food.
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!
Porirua Chamber of Commerce and Porirua City Council invite you to join us for a Business After 5 event.
Join us for a half-day session to inspire local businesses, with engaging speakers and a chance for networking.
Love Local Expo Porirua is back! A showcase of the wide range of Porirua businesses and community groups.
If you’re looking for guidance and support in your business, getting advice and discussing your challenges with a Business Mentor could be just what you need.
For information about changes to help commercial tenants and landlords go to justice.govt.nz
Connecting New Zealanders to employment, education and training. connected.govt.nz
Is your business not online? Swiftly can help you sell your stuff on the internet in three easy steps, for free!
For more information about insolvency relief for businesses affected by Covid-19, see companiesoffice.govt.nz
We know our local businesses need support now more than ever. That’s why we’re encouraging people to buy local and connecting them to our amazing businesses. Join our Love Local - Porirua Facebook Group and engage with people who want to support local businesses, Sign up to the new Love Local Business Directory and let people know how you’re operating during Covid-19.
The emergence of Covid-19 has created work health and safety risks that need to be carefully managed. WorkSafe offers comprehensive advice and guidance for businesses and workers.
Even if you aren’t a member you can now access the Chamber’s wide range of resources including the Government’s Capability Voucher Funding. This provides access to business training and coaching services with up to 50% subsidy towards the registered service cost. poriruachamber.co.nz
Our Business Response Team is here for small businesses needing help or support. Simply email your phone number to email@example.com and we’ll be in touch within one to three days. If you have a question about rates, consents or other council services please call our customer services team on (04) 237 5089 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pacific Business Trust offers practical business assistance and support with personalised attention for Pasifika organisations and sole traders.
Te Puni Kōkiri provides information to help you with your whenua-related business as well as access to general support for you and your whānau. See tpk.govt.nz/en/covid19-support-for-whenua-businesses
Get access to online webinars, business advice and support resources. The WellingtonNZ team can also help you access the Government’s Capability Voucher Funding which helps business owners to access business training and coaching services, by providing them with up to 50% subsidy towards the registered service cost.