Kei o Tātau Whare - Māori Business and Advisory Services

We support and promote the benefits of Tiriti based partnerships for the benefit of future generations.


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Rautaki (strategy)     

  • Short and long-term strategy development
  • Identifying lessons learned and building new best practices
  • Policy development
  • Māori (Māori knowledge)
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Planning & procurement

  • Client-side advisory and planning
  • Māori progression planning
  • Iwi Asset management
  • Testing projects against a general Mātauranga
  • Māori technical experts who can provide end-to-end support including site investigation and implementation
  • Tailored training for project teams, general staff and leadership
  • Relationship management
  • Māori (Māori knowledge)
  • Iwi, commercial and Crown entity governance
  • Project management ranging from self-managed Iwi engagement to multidisciplinary projects
  • Iwi Infrastructure Investment Business Cases
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Iwi Engagement

  • Up-to-date understanding of Iwi priorities
  • Iwi engagement, planning and facilitation
  • Māori progression planning
  • Māori (Māori knowledge)

Contacts

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Pou Arataki – Director Māori
New Zealand
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Kumeroa Pihama
Pou Whanake – Technical Director Māori
New Zealand
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Alayna Rā
Indigenous Design Director
New Zealand
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Haley Hooper
Principal Urban Designer
New Zealand
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Manihera Forbes
Work Group Manager - Property Consultancy Waikato
New Zealand
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Jack Morris
Mātanga Māori - Tumuaki (Technical Principal - Māori)
New Zealand
Contact
Ina Kara- France
Kaitohutohu Maori - Matua (Senior Advisor - Maori)
New Zealand
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