Do you live in Waikato and own your own business? Or are you working for a local SME?
Come along to this free, business-focused event to hear ACT Party Leader and MP for Epsom, David Seymour, discuss the policies needed to help small businesses grow and thrive, including how government can help SMEs on their digital journey.
On 16 June 2019, the ACT Party will relaunch and announce new policies in the areas of tax, education and red tape. David will explain how these policies will help small businesses get ahead. Q+A will follow.
Better yet, thanks to the collaborative, forward thinking folks at Cultivate IT, Waikato’s sector body responsible for connecting the technology ecosystem and driving technology innovation, free refreshments will be available for all attendees.
David grew up in Whangarei with two younger brothers, where his parents were a pharmacist and a draughtsman. As a teenager, he moved to Auckland for high school before graduating from the University of Auckland in electrical engineering and philosophy. David knocked on 13,000 doors in Epsom before being elected in 2014. Under the Key/English Government has was the Under-Secretary to the Minister of Education and responsible for charter schools. He is the sponsor of the End of Life Choice Bill.
David believes that:
- Governments should be there to help in the hardest of times, but they should not breed dependence or try to impose some people’s ‘vision’ on others
- When the government taxes and funds services, such as education, it should give people a choice of provider, such as a range of different schools to attend
- On social issues, people should be able to live as they please so long as they are not harming anyone else.
Limited spaces available! Get your ticket now!
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is two hours free parking available in the streets surrounding the venue.
What's the refund policy?
If you book a ticket, but can no longer attend, please cancel your ticket so someone else can come along.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
No. The person who registers must be the person who attends.