Our entrepreneurship programme supports emerging New Zealand entrepreneurs to build connections and facilitate business relationships in Asia.
Emerging Māori F&B (food and beverage) business leaders will explore new food frontiers in Southeast Asia on a programme organised by the Foundation, with support from Te Taumata.
This month, a group of Kiwi entrepreneurs will be visiting Thailand to learn about the region’s fast-paced innovation and make connections at a summit organised by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation partnered with Fieldays recently for a discussion looking at innovation and agritech trends in Asia. The talk was broadcast on Fieldays TV on location at Mystery Creek.
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The Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono is offering up to 10 places for emerging Māori business leaders to be part of a bespoke Māori F&B business delegation going to Singapore and Thailand.
The Foundation is offering up to eight young Southeast Asian agribusiness entrepreneurs and business leaders the opportunity to visit New Zealand and attend world-leading agribusiness conferences.
The Foundation is offering up to 10 places for New Zealand alumni and 70 places for ASEAN alumni of the Young Business Leaders Initiative (YBLI) programme to attend the 2023 YBLI Summit in Thailand.
Find out about some of the entrepreneurs the Foundation has supported