IPU building close links with the Manawatū Young Chamber of Commerce

IPU New Zealand are pleased to note one of our former students, Sarah Ma, has been appointed as Vice-Chair of the Young Chamber, and through her assistance, and that of the rest of the board, we can be sure our students will be not only be able to play their part in the future plans of the Young Chamber, but also benefit from their involvement.

Yesterday saw a number of IPU New Zealand students attend a meet-and-greet session with the newly-appointed board of the Manawatū Young Chamber of Commerce at the offices of the Manawatū Chamber of Commerce in the Palmerston North CBD.

IPU New Zealand has always enjoyed an excellent relationship with the Manawatū Chamber of Commerce, so when it was announced that the Young Chamber of Commerce had appointed a new Chair and Vice-Chair, we wanted to offer our students the opportunity to find out more about this noble organisation, and encourage them to become involved with their work.

image.pngFrom left: Sean Chapman, Le Thi Tu Quynh Ho, Sara Ma (Vice-Chair), Ramola Duncan (Chair), Thi Lan Huong Tran, Tram Uyen Nhi Nguyen and Kha Hien Quach.

The Manawatū Young Chamber advocate for both youth development and youth participation within the business community, and as such, they are dedicated to creating more opportunities for young people and young professionals within the business community, plans for which will include a mixture of networking and social events.

For more information about the Young Chamber of commerce, and to join, you can find their website here.


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