Webinar | Property Pre-election Perspectives
FREE MEMBER-ONLY EVENT
The future New Zealand Government will play a critical role in the country's post COVID-19 recovery. As we prepare for election day on 17 October, it's critical that our members are informed, engaged and educated on the policies of each party.
We don't care who you vote for as long as you're informed - #votesmart.
In this live webinar, we will be joined by Chris Simpson, Corporate Affairs for Templeton Group and Dr Eric Crampton, Chief Economist for The NZ Initiative, who will discuss their perspectives on recently announced political party policy promises.
We'll ask our panellists:
- How will the leaders of our nation shape the property landscape, economy, construction and infrastructure for the years to come?
- What opportunities are there the Government to collaborate with the property industry to stimulate the economy and support the construction industry?
- What policies and proposals do the major parties have in store for the property sector?
Questions? Please submit your questions prior to the event here and we will do our best to fit in as many as possible.
Take a crash course in party policy and #votesmart this election!
Corporate Affairs, Templeton Group
Chris is responsible all Corporate Affairs. His former roles have been: Director of Research in Parliament, General Manager of the National Party under John key and past CEO of the New Zealand Property Council.
Dr Eric Crampton
Chief Economist, The New Zealand Initiative
Eric is the Chief Economist at The New Zealand Initiative. With the Initiative, he has worked in policy areas ranging from freshwater management to policy for earthquake preparedness, and from local government to technology policy. He has recently focused on policy related to Covid-19 response. He served as Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Department of Economics & Finance at the University of Canterbury from 2003 through 2014.
Eric’s columns and commentary appear regularly in New Zealand’s major media outlets, as well as on his blog, Offsetting Behaviour.
This event is complimentary for all members.
Property Council membership is by organisation/company. All employees of member companies are members by default.
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