Chill time never tasted so good! – the Epiphany Café story…

Two Hamilton engineers hit a sweet spot in the culinary market when they perfected a recipe for light and
fresh donuts. It led to the founding of their Epiphany Café brand, named for their moment of revelation, and
dedicated to delicious donuts and other treats. The company has growing strings of cafes and kiosks in the
Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Auckland regions; now it’s preparing to take its edibles down-country to Wellington
and the South Island!
So, what’s the secret to making a perfect donut?

Business 101 Workshop Series. Second Session: Business Essentials

Business 101 Workshop Series. Second Session: Business Essentials was conducted on Aug 3, 2017 Thursday at Chapman Tripp’s office in ANZ Centre, Albert St. Auckland, which was hosted by The New Zealand Philippines Business Council (NZPBC) and Chapman Tripp.
The speakers for the night were: Eric Hao, BNZ Business Acquisition; Jai Nario, Chapman Tripp Senior Associate – Tax; Jeremy Gray, Chapman Tripp Senior Associate – Corporate & Commercial; Marie Wisker, Chapman Tripp Partner – Employment, Health & Safety.

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Business 101 Workshop Series. First Session: Taking The Leap

The New Zealand Philippines Business Council (NZPBC) and Chapman Tripp are running a series of Three Business Workshops that focus on setting up a business in New Zealand.

The first session entitled Taking the Leap was held on 22 June 2017, Thursday at Chapman Tripp’s function Room in ANZ Centre, Albert St. Auckland.

The speakers for that night were Stuart Bennett of Boracay Garden Restaurant, Mark Dizon of MDG Property Management and Lloyd Macrohon of Azon Restaurant in Parnell. They are all successful business entrepreneurs in Auckland, New Zealand.

Monthly Social Night with NZPBC and Friends At Thai Street Bistro

The New Zealand Philippines Business Council members and friends regularly meet every 2nd Wednesday of the month after office hours, and since the 14th of August 2013, the social group enjoys food and drinks at the Thai Street Bistro, located at the new ASB Bldg., Karanga Plaza, 12 Jellicoe Street, Auckland Central (near the Auckland Fish Market).

This serves as an open invitation for everyone to enjoy the evening and network with NZPBC members and friends.

See you in Thai Street Bistro!!!

Zenie Lorenzo Low - ZLL Productions Limited

It was 1991 when Zenie thought about starting a business in New Zealand to produce shows featuring Filipino celebrities. She was about to go back home to Auckland with her husband and their two children after her husband’s two and half years posting in Nairobi, Kenya had come to an end. It was a sort of middle age crisis, whether to find employment or to start a business in a field that no-one in the Filipino community had done before.

Team Kutsero NZPBC – a team to beat at this year’s Lingaw Duwa

Sunshine, glorious sunshine! What a wet winter we had here in Auckland and now it seems like spring is here. Mornings are still chilly but it won’t be long now for the t-shirt, shorts and jandal weather, I can’t wait. The team at Lingaw Duwa are doing the sporting event again on Saturday 30th September and NZPBC is joining. This Filipino sporting event aims to promote Philippine traditional and indigenous games to strengthen the bond among various Filipino groups and introduce these games to other cultures.

NZPBC respected members awarded at Filipino Migrant News’ ‘Filipino-Kiwi Hero Awards’ 2017

Congratulations to Lito Banal and Marjorie Bennett!

Filipino Migrant News’ ‘Filipino-Kiwi Hero Awards’ honour the achievements and contributions of Filipino-Kiwis in areas of - community involvement, sports, business, the arts, culture, media, etc. This year we have added the ‘Filipino-Kiwi Hero of the Year Award’ to the list of categories so as to recognise the contribution of an outstanding Pinoy in New Zealand.

Business 101 Workshop Series. Second Session: Business Essentials

Chapman Tripp and the New Zealand Philippine Business Council (NZPBC)
warmly invite you to join us for our second session in a series of three
workshops that focus on setting up a business in New Zealand.
After hearing business owners talk about their journey of taking the leap in
workshop one, session two – Business Essentials – will cover the key things to
consider when embarking on the process of setting up a business including:
• key matters to consider in obtaining funding from the bank

Chill time never tasted so good! – the Epiphany Café story…

Two Hamilton engineers hit a sweet spot in the culinary market when they perfected a recipe for light and
fresh donuts. It led to the founding of their Epiphany Café brand, named for their moment of revelation, and
dedicated to delicious donuts and other treats. The company has growing strings of cafes and kiosks in the
Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Auckland regions; now it’s preparing to take its edibles down-country to Wellington
and the South Island!
So, what’s the secret to making a perfect donut?

Zenie Lorenzo Low - ZLL Productions Limited

It was 1991 when Zenie thought about starting a business in New Zealand to produce shows featuring Filipino celebrities. She was about to go back home to Auckland with her husband and their two children after her husband’s two and half years posting in Nairobi, Kenya had come to an end. It was a sort of middle age crisis, whether to find employment or to start a business in a field that no-one in the Filipino community had done before.

Team Kutsero NZPBC – a team to beat at this year’s Lingaw Duwa

Sunshine, glorious sunshine! What a wet winter we had here in Auckland and now it seems like spring is here. Mornings are still chilly but it won’t be long now for the t-shirt, shorts and jandal weather, I can’t wait. The team at Lingaw Duwa are doing the sporting event again on Saturday 30th September and NZPBC is joining. This Filipino sporting event aims to promote Philippine traditional and indigenous games to strengthen the bond among various Filipino groups and introduce these games to other cultures.

NZPBC respected members awarded at Filipino Migrant News’ ‘Filipino-Kiwi Hero Awards’ 2017

Congratulations to Lito Banal and Marjorie Bennett!

Filipino Migrant News’ ‘Filipino-Kiwi Hero Awards’ honour the achievements and contributions of Filipino-Kiwis in areas of - community involvement, sports, business, the arts, culture, media, etc. This year we have added the ‘Filipino-Kiwi Hero of the Year Award’ to the list of categories so as to recognise the contribution of an outstanding Pinoy in New Zealand.

Business 101 Workshop Series. Second Session: Business Essentials

Business 101 Workshop Series. Second Session: Business Essentials was conducted on Aug 3, 2017 Thursday at Chapman Tripp’s office in ANZ Centre, Albert St. Auckland, which was hosted by The New Zealand Philippines Business Council (NZPBC) and Chapman Tripp.
The speakers for the night were: Eric Hao, BNZ Business Acquisition; Jai Nario, Chapman Tripp Senior Associate – Tax; Jeremy Gray, Chapman Tripp Senior Associate – Corporate & Commercial; Marie Wisker, Chapman Tripp Partner – Employment, Health & Safety.

Tags: 

Business 101 Workshop Series. Second Session: Business Essentials

Chapman Tripp and the New Zealand Philippine Business Council (NZPBC)
warmly invite you to join us for our second session in a series of three
workshops that focus on setting up a business in New Zealand.
After hearing business owners talk about their journey of taking the leap in
workshop one, session two – Business Essentials – will cover the key things to
consider when embarking on the process of setting up a business including:
• key matters to consider in obtaining funding from the bank