Nau mai haere mai ki te wāhanga tuawhā ō te pakipūmeka mō te ‘Māori Economy’. Ko tēnei wāhanga e kōrero mō ngā uara Māori ō ngā pakihi Māori.

The ‘Tanga values’ for many pakihi Māori (Māori businesses) are the foundational values on which businesses are built.

And, as consumers become more environmentally and socially conscious about what they purchase, the ingrained uara Māori within pakihi Māori is creating commercial opportunities around the world.

Māori business leaders say a values based approach to business will challenge, evolve and change how we as a country do business.

“It has to be more than just words on a wall so that hand on heart every one of us can say we’re adhering to those values,” says Kerensa Johnston, CEO of Nelson based Wakatū Incorporation.

The Māori Economy documentary was produced by Hinge Productions and is presented by Joshua Hitchcock no Te Ātiawa. Joshua is a Māori business analyst and GM of Operations at Te Kotahitanga o Te Ātiawa.

* Made with the support of NZ on Air *

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