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It was announced that MBIE’s $10 million Domestic Events Fund was set up to support events. Financial Advice NZ has been named as one of the 200 recipients.  The funding was granted to Financial Advice NZ for their 2020 Bounce conference.

“The $10 million Government fund was set up to support the events industry despite the disruption of Covid-19.

Financial Advice NZ received funding for its conference this year, which is set up as a series of roadshow events across the country. The events can be attended online or in-person. The association will decide this weekend whether to go ahead with an in-person Auckland event.”

Katrina Shanks has said that the funding is fantastic and would allow them to have certainty.

“Financial Advice NZ chief executive Katrina Shanks said the funding would allow the association to have some certainty as it worked with the events company delivering its conference this year.

“It’s fantastic for them. It’s yet another industry that’s had a huge hit from Covid.” Click here to read more

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