Dialogue Session with Mayor Phil Goff

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Dialogue session with Mayor Phil Goff on Infrastructure Funding held in February 2017, from left Mark Franklin (Chairman CFA), Mayor Phil Goff and Heather Shotter. This event was hosted by PWC.

Mayoral Dialogue Session 2015

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Len Brown, addressing Committee for Auckland members about the recent business delegation he led to Los Angeles, transport and the Port Future Study at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts on Tuesday 14 July.

Auckland’s Quest to become a Smart City

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International keynote speaker Caroline Haynes and expert panel discuss what it means to be a smart city and the opportunities this represents for Auckland at KPMG on Wednesday 24 June.

Building Better Cities

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Infrastructure experts addressed Committee for Auckland members about what is needed to build a better city at Beca on Thursday 21 May.

Dialogue Session with Hon. Murray McCully

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The Hon. Murray McCully addressed Committee for Auckland members about New Zealand’s role at the Security Council including outlining expectations of the reform agenda and what the Ministry hopes to achieve for the future at a cocktail function on February 26. This event was proudly hosted by Westpac.

Dialogue Session with Hon. Bill English

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The Hon. Bill English, Prime Minister of New Zealand, Minister of Finance and Minister Responsible for Housing New Zealand Corporation outlined the Government’s key priorities for the next three years and beyond, with an Auckland focus, at a Committee for Auckland breakfast function. This event was proudly hosted by Deloitte.

Dialogue Session with Rt Hon John Key

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Rt Hon John Key, addressed Committee for Auckland members on 14 March 2014 regarding the National Party's policies ahead of the upcoming election.

Hui with Hon. Dr Pita Sharples

IBC Hui Pita Sharples 5 April promoThe Committee hosted the Minister of Maori Affairs, Hon. Dr. Pita Sharples on the topic of iwi and non-iwi sector collaboration. The Minister shared current examples of how Maori are succeeding off-shore with countries such as a China and those in South America and how non-iwi organisations could use this same thinking as a means to work collaboratively with iwi here in New Zealand.

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  • We will be an influential voice for Auckland, creating cross-sectoral solutions to the city's issues and
  • Focusing on a future beyond the electoral cycle helping New Zealand's only world-ranked city to achieve its potential for the region and the country

The Committee for Auckland (CFA) has played a prominent role in galvanising positive change for our city. Our members are all specialists in the city's issues and fervent advocates for its success. Having contributed significantly to the new shape of Auckland as one city, 2013 is the platform for a re-focused Committee to drive the agenda for Auckland as a world leading destination as well as the welcoming gateway to New Zealand. When Auckland achieves, the entire country reaps the benefits. A thriving Auckland is vital for New Zealand's economy.

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