650 days ago

Glen Innes community hub opens to help locals with their businesses

Melanie Earley Reporter from East & Bays Courier

Kia ora neighbours, a new technology hub has opened in Glen Innes with the aim of helping Māori and Pasifika communities start their own businesses.

Reserve is operated by the start-up In the Flow State.It was created to let locals do business where they live, executive Tyrone Tangata-Makiri said.

Tangata-Makiri, 30, grew up in Glen Innes and said he wanted to help locals, especially Māori and Pasifika people, to start their own businesses.

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We definitely need homes that are fit to live in but there are often frustrations when it comes to getting consent to modify your own home.
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