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A strong belief in the benefits of ongoing training and development led wine, beer and spirits merchants Hancocks New Zealand to send their staff on the EMA’s Emerging Team Leader course.

NZAero’s Stephen Burrows shares some of his thoughts and insights into the company’s export journey, and how the EMA’s Advocacy team assists in breaking down barriers to trade.

From saws, boilers and chemicals to forklifts, trucks and loaders, there is no shortage of health and safety risks for New Zealand timber manufacturers. With help from the EMA, Northpine Health and Safety Officer John Lumby tackles these risks.

Cosmetics NZ needed an experienced Executive Director to handle the association’s regulatory needs. For this, it turned to the EMA’s experienced manufacturing and industry group experts.

Resilience training is becoming recognised as an essential skill to live and lead in uncertain times and the EMA has significant expertise in this area, particularly through its expert presenters such as Peter Simunovich.

Members of the Pinnacle network explain how the EMA’s Mental Health First Aid Aotearoa course offered practical, real-life assistance when issues came up at work and at home.

Direct selling has come a long way from the door-knocking salesperson with the perfect patter. The EMA helps the Direct Selling Association of NZ with its regulatory and compliance needs and represents it at a governance level both here and offshore.

The remediation, refurbishment and restoration company sought the EMA’s range of services, from AdviceLine, to policy templates as well as tapping the Advocacy, Legal and People Experience teams.

The NZ Metal Roofing Manufacturers Association needed a secretariat to help in reviewing policies, initiatives and programmes. For this, it turned to the EMA’s expert Advocacy and Strategy team.

Smartcover Finance's HR solution

After taking over car repair financing roadside-assist business Smartcover during the GFC, Dan Bagnall realised he needed some help in the HR department. For this, he turned to the EMA’s AdviceLine.

The goal of Hanga-Aro-Rau Workforce Development Council to “strengthen the manufacturing, engineering and logistics industries”, is one close to the EMA’s heart.

Leadership development with Red Stag Timber

Red Stag is committed to developing capability in its coordinators, supervisors and shift team leaders. For this, it partnered with the EMA’s experienced Learning team.

Providing hope, strength and joy to children in need

Make-A-Wish Foundation originated in the United States in 1980. It grew from the dreams of a young boy, Christopher Greicius, who had leukaemia and wished to be a police officer.

HIANZ and EMA, Stronger Together

We are proud to announce our new partnership between the EMA and the Hire Industry Association of New Zealand (HIANZ). This partnership reflects our shared values of advocating

Nautech Electronics

Nautech Electronics have worked tirelessly for over 30 years to deliver their clients the high-quality electronic solutions they need. They use the very latest technology and Kiwi ingenuity

The road less travelled with UBCO

UBCO are award winning innovators who turned an electric farm bike idea into a globally intelligent vehicle platform with a diverse customer base, and manufacturing strategy to support

Providing hope, strength and joy to children in need

Make-A-Wish Foundation originated in the United States in 1980. It grew from the dreams of a young boy, Christopher Greicius, who had leukaemia and wished to be a police officer.

HIANZ and EMA, Stronger Together

We are proud to announce our new partnership between the EMA and the Hire Industry Association of New Zealand (HIANZ). This partnership reflects our shared values of advocating

Nautech Electronics

Nautech Electronics have worked tirelessly for over 30 years to deliver their clients the high-quality electronic solutions they need. They use the very latest technology and Kiwi ingenuity

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