Waikato businesses can learn about future-proofing, including preparing for disasters, at a buffet-style dinner hosted by Red Cross.
The City of the Future dinner, at Hamilton’s Skycity on Thursday November 15, is the organisation’s first after-five speaking event. They are inviting businesses to buy tickets or book tables to learn how they can future-proof business in an unpredictable ever-changing environment, including preparing for disasters.
Having a resilient community means that during times of disaster, people are able to recover more quickly, and start contributing again to the local economy.
Mayor Andrew King will be MC and Brian King from Harcourts Foundation will be auctioneer for the evening. There will be matched Villa Maria wines and speakers include Villa Maria’s sustainability manager Karen Titulaer and Southern Spars general manager Peter Batcheler.
It is an opportunity for businesses to find out how to ensure their business is sustainable after an emergency, while also supporting Red Cross in reaching vulnerable people at home and abroad.
Tickets are available at redcross.org.nz at $120 pp or $1000 for a table of 10. Guests will also have access to the Skycity lounge.