Networking Matters: Manawatū Young Chamber and IPU New Zealand Students

There was an impressive turn-out for last night’s Manawatū Young Chamber event, Meet the Founders, where attendees engaged in a panel discussion with inspirational founders from the Manawatū, and had the chance to network afterwards.

IPU New Zealand are pleased that our students are playing their part with this inspirational organisation, and we will endeavour to support both them, and the Manawatū Young Chamber, at every opportunity.

The Manawatū Young Chamber has organised a range of events over the coming months, and we’d encourage everyone, not just our students, to become involved. 

Shown here are the IPU New Zealand students with the panellists.

Back row (from left): Thanh (Michelle) Dang Nguyen (and MYC Board Member); Chouly Thy (and MYC Board Member); Remee (Mikee) Espiritu; Aries Manalad; Eddie Conde; Rannah Bernadette (Bern) Uy Pancho; Dane Caballe; Mary Remulla; Favian Molloy-Turpin; and Bhavisha Shah.

Front row (from left): James Bell-Booth (Founder and CEO of Earshots Magfit Headphones (and recently the recipient of an award from Time Magazine for his company’s headphones - which are designed for action and adventure sports - as one of the top inventions of 2022)); Mrinali Kumar (Co-Founder and CEO of Eatkinda (recipient of the Momentum Student Entrepreneur of the Year at the KiwiNet Commercialisation Awards); Pari Rao (Founder of Olive Books); and Mo Eltayeb (Co-Founder of Cutly).

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