What are Advisory Boards and do you need one? This very good question will be answered by a panel at this Business Owners Forum event on Thursday 20 October.
This event will be held at the BNZ Partners facility on Constellation Drive, North Harbour at 5:30pm – and will run through to 7:30pm on the night.
We have a great panel on the night, each of whom will each come at this topic from a different angle. On the panel is:
Bruce Sheppard – a non-politically correct agent provocateur, founder of the New Zealand Shareholders’ Association and member of a number of Advisory Boards.
Tyrone Cooley – a senior associate at Kensington Swan, who will discuss the role of an advisory board from a legal and risk perspective.
Neil Movold – director of SB2 International. Neil has been working with an advisory board in his businesses for more than 20 years, and he will share some of the tips and traps gleaned from his experiences.
This will be a must attend session for any business owner who is interested in introducing some good governance, high level advice and external accountability into their business.
As always for Business Owners Forum events, this session will be free of charge and completely free of sales pitches from the supporters or the panelists. And there will be pizza, beer and wine to lubricate quality discussion.
Business Owners Forums are held monthly on the third Thursday of the month – alternating between North Harbour and Whangarei venues.
If you’d like to attend this event, email Fraser Hurrell before the end of 18 October. And if you’d like to be included on the invite list for future events, just add your contact details in the box to the right.
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