From the opening on the morning of October 16 in Blenheim to the close at 1.00pm on Sunday, delegates to the 2010 New Zealand Property Investors Federation (NZPIF) Conference will have the chance to hear at least 12 different speakers on property investment.
This means at least twelve different perspectives, twelve different life changing ideas, twelve different nuggets of inspiration and many tips and pieces of information which will improve the on going development of any property portfolio.
These benefits may come from our keynote speakers Steve McKnight, Joan Baker, Tracy Hintz and Harry Lawson, Bob Hargreaves, Khoon Goh and John Anderson or from break out session speakers Scotney Williams, Mark Withers, Liz Harris, Paul Wright, Bryce Barnett and Frank Newman. Go to www.propertyconference.org.nz for details of the programme and these speakers.
The theme of this Conference "Improving with age" will be emphasized by the opportunity to visit one of our sponsoring wineries - Mahi Wines, Hunter Wines, Allan Scott Family Winemakers, The Ned or the Moa Brewing Company - and to hear the story of its development.
Each of the owners - Brian Bicknell, Jane Hunter, Allan Scott, Brent Marris and Josh Scott - has had to grow his or her business through the good and the bad times, making the hard decisions and taking appropriate risks when necessary.
Property investors will be able to relate to these stories and gain ideas and inspiration.
We are pleased to have the support of a number of sponsors who have very relevant products and services for property investors. ANZ, the NZPIF national sponsor, will have a lounge area where you can enjoy a coffee while you obtain advice.
Other stand holders this year will be the NZ Property Investor, Guthrie Bowron, Department of Building and Housing, NZ Drug Detection Agency, Crombie Lockwood, KCL Property, Tenancy Information NZ and Generation Homes.
Starting with the Allan Scott welcome function on the Friday evening, this conference will also be fun and a time for wine lovers to enjoy the pleasures of the Marlborough Region. In addition, many will gain insights from sharing experiences with other property investors or from taking the time to explore the New Zealand Investment Game, available for playing throughout the Conference.
All of this adds up to a huge package of valuable experiences presented to delegates during the one conference. You can still register to attend and benefit from this important jump start for the next stage of your property investment career. Visit www.propertyconference.org.nz to register.
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