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"www.halobiz.co.nz : search here first & let your heart do the talking" is the new online directory where you can choose businesses according to your personal interests & values.
At least 70% of all advertising fees are given to community organisations of the advertiser’s choice which are then shown in search results. This means, eg, it’s now easier than ever to find a business supporting your kid's school, your local sports club or fav charity.
NZ invented, owned & operated, Halo™Biz is based in the Wonderful Waikato and opened its online doors in July 2011.
Halo™Biz is all about polishing local business halos so if you’re a business wanting to raise your profile, please make contact. If you’re a community organisation wanting to increase your fundraising $ we’d equally enjoy hearing from you.
For more info visit www.halobiz.co.nz, "FOLLOW" our Tweets @HaloBizNZ and "LIKE" at http://www.facebook.com/HaloBizNZ/, or "WATCH" us on YouTube.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Until we chat, smiles from Julie & the team at Halo™Biz.
As New Zealand's dire shortage of veterinarians continues to negatively impact both human and animal welfare, a petition has been launched urging the Government to allocate just two MIQ spaces per week so we can Get 2 Vets into NZ per week.
Julie South's Get Vets parliamentary petition - to help alleviate critical veterinarian shortage in New Zealand - part of Special Immigration Debate being held in the House on 13 May 2021 at 3pm.
New Zealand is facing a dire veterinarian shortage. Hamiltonian woman, Julie South, has had enough of veterinarians returning to work immediately following cancer surgery because they can't find a locum vet to cover for them. She's launched a Parliamentary Petition and has dedicated her latest podcast to why the Government should change how they classify veterinarians. She invites the animal-owning public to support her by signing her petition.
Clarification sought on rationale used for border exemption denials for health care workers from Immigration New Zealand. Immigration New Zealand's assumptions are incorrect and lives are being lost.
The discussion topic at this week’s Connected Business Network (CBN) meetings struck a chord with all CBN members vowing to make changes in their businesses.
Connected Business Network Business Team meetings are a mixture of Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich mastermind philosophy, coupled with accountability and finished off with inspiration.
One of LinkedIn’s most engaged New Zealand Groups is changing hands five and a half years after it was formed.
WAIKATO — The Inaugural Waikato Professional Women’s Networking Luncheon held at the Waipa Workingmen’s Club on Monday 24 August was a roaring success.
New Zealand's largest business women's networking organisation The Venus Network today announced HaloBiz has been appointed to manage its Waikato region's networking groups.
WAIKATO — HaloBiz today announced the signing of its newest client, The Venus Network, which is New Zealand's largest business women's networking group, to manage its four Waikato groups.
Councils, commerce, communication breakdown and what to do when waste water and effluent discharge hit the fan
In preparation for the upcoming New Zealand Trade & Industrial Waste Forum being held in Hamilton, 9-11 April, Forum President Geoff Young highlights the importance and necessity for councils and commerce to work together collaboratively to protect the environment whilst permitting commercial industrial enterprises to add value to local communities without incurring extra ratepayer levies.
"Industries and towns can coexist to mutual benefit and advancement" New Zealand Trade & Industrial Waste Forum President, Geoff Young, says.
WAIKATO — Hamiltonians driving through the Beerescourt / Te Rapa / Victoria Street intersection can't help but notice what appears to be a handmade DIY billboard slamming Waikato Regional councillors.
Hamilton, New Zealand – 28 June 2013 - Precious Metals Chartwell, Alexandra Street & Te Awa The Base stores all made the cut to go through to the second round of Pandora’s annual Australasian mystery shopping competition.
Precious Metals' Hamilton's Chartwell store manager Natalie Benge is thrilled her store’s window display won third prize in a recent $30,000 Facebook competition; she puts her winning submission down to the combined creative efforts of her entire retail team.
WAIKATO — The obvious answer is to stay on top of effluent discharge in the first place says Geoff Young, environmental monitoring consultant and Managing Director of BPO Ltd, the Waikato company which specialises in providing technical environmental monitoring information and systems both in New Zealand and overseas.
WAIKATO — As any event manager will tell you, getting people to pay to park their bums on seats at an event is sometimes far easier said than done.
HAMILTON — With Venus Network’s Hamilton Cityside and Hamilton North groups both at capacity, Venus Waikato Regional Coordinator Jennifer Myers is getting ready to launch the city’s third group – Hamilton East.
WAIKATO — Leaders in Hamilton and the Waikato can now hone their leadership skills with the new world-leading leadership programme being made available by 10X Hamilton Business Coaching.
WAIKATO — Many businesses are rushing so fast to get "social" with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest or LinkedIn that they're ultimately setting themselves up for failure or wasting their efforts. So says HaloBiz's General Manager, Julie South.
HaloBiz – the Waikato’s newest online business directory, has been described as being “socially innovative” and “the hottest online directory that makes a difference”, launched in Hamilton recently with two local fundraising competitions.
HaloBiz – the Waikato’s newest online business directory - which has been described as being “socially innovative” and “the hottest online directory that makes a difference” launched recently with two local fundraising competitions.
If you were to ask this question of HaloBiz's General Manager, Julie South, she'd probably laugh at you – but she'd do it in the nicest way possible of course, because HaloBiz is all about win/win.
Halobiz.co.nz – the “search here first – let your heart do the talking “ website went live on the first of July in the central Waikato and launched with its search to give away $500 to two lucky Waikato community organisations.
Halo™Biz’s search to find New Zealand’s favourite charities started in the Waikato – home of www.halobiz.co.nz.
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