Mission New Zealand connects with entrepreneurs

The U.S. Mission to New Zealand hosted a reception, Sept. 7, for more than 40 local entrepreneurs, creative sector founders, business advisors, startup founders, and venture capitalists—many with U.S. business ties or looking to increase their ties to the United States.  The event promoted the success of the SelectUSA Summit, public diplomacy grant opportunities, the KiwiAct Investor/Trader (E1/E2) visas, and celebrated the long history of entrepreneurial collaborations between the United States, New Zealand, and the wider Pacific Island region. Mission New Zealand regularly hosts networking events for entrepreneurs—a fun and easy way to exchange ideas and learn about tech innovations. 

Photo by Ola Thorsen

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