Business Mentors New Zealand (BMNZ)
The Business Mentors New Zealand service assists with over 60,000 SME owners – with this number increasing every day. BMNZ engage with over 4,300 clients every year; and supported by over 1,800 volunteer mentors and 28 Agents (Economic Development Agencies and Chambers of Commerce) based throughout New Zealand.
Callaghan Innovation
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We partner with ambitious businesses of all sizes, providing a range of innovation and research and development (R&D) services to suit each stage of growth.
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Provides guidance and assistance to businesses about starting and running a business and employing and upskilling staff.
He Toronga Pakihi ki Taranaki: Taranaki Māori Business Network
There are three tiers of memberships for businesses with 1-2 people, 3 or more, or larger organisations, and membership starts from the cost of a cup of coffee a month.
HTK Group
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HTK Group specialises in working with Māori and indigenous groups to build better futures. However, this is not exclusive. We work alongside businesses, corporates, hapū/iwi, institutions, not-for-profits, and startups, creating tailor-made, innovative, and dynamic solutions for your business.
Kete Ōhanga | Ringa Rautia
Ringa Rautia is a 10-week business development programme specifically for Ngāti Whakaue-owned businesses. In partnership with Toi Ohomai, and with sponsorship from Rotorua NZ, and Ngāti Whakaue Education Endowment Trust, Ringa Rautia was designed in response to the needs of our pakihi. It aims to help strengthen and grow Ngāti Whakaue businesses through a wrap-around development programme. The key outcome is the development of a comprehensive business plan.
Kete Ōhanga | Whakaue Pakihi
The Sorted Kainga Ora financial capability programme targeted at our Whakaue māmā that will help empower them to achieve their financial goals.

Whether that is to develop better money habits, managing household finances, prepare to buy a home or anything in between, our facilitators (Whakaue māmā - Tatiana and Erena) are here to go on this journey with you.
Māori Women’s Development Inc
MWDI Supports wāhine Māori and their whānau in business. We provide micro-loans, business coaching & financial capability programmes.
New Zealand Chamber of Commerce
As the ultimate success network for business, the 30 Chambers in New Zealand support over 22,000 members who are active in their business environment both nationally and internationally.
Pakihi Ora – Rotorua Māori Business Network
Pakihi Ora, the newly formed Māori Business Rōpū, stands as a whare of empowerment, unity, and unwavering support for ngā pakihi Māori. Established in the year 2022, Pakihi Ora emerged with a profound mission: to foster growth, connection and networking among Māori-owned enterprises nestled within the vibrant landscapes of Rotorua and the captivating realm of Waiariki.
Poutama Trust
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Poutama is an independent charitable trust established in 1988 to provide business development services to Māori. Poutama strives to create an environment for successful business ventures and economic growth for Māori. Income generated from its investments enables Poutama to engage in activities and provide services that support and facilitate Māori business development.
Regional Business Partner Network
We’re here for New Zealand’s small-to-medium business owners. Perhaps you’re facing some challenges and would like some help to work through them. Or maybe your business is tracking well, and you’re keen to grow to the next level.
Te Awe: Wellington Māori Business Network 
Te Awe Wellington Māori Business Network is dedicated to encouraging and promoting business enterprises in the Te Whanganui a Tara / Wellington rohe through highly effective networking hui and manaakitanga.
Te Hūmeka: Waikato Māori Business Network
Te Hūmeka Māori Business Network was founded in Waikato in 2010 as a non-profit organization whose main function is to support Māori Business and provide platforms for Māori Businesses to network on a local, national and international scale.
Te Kāinga Wāhine
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A space for wāhine to learn and grow in business and leadership, as individuals and as a collective.
Te Kupeka Umaka Māori ki Āraiteuru (KUMA): Southern Māori Business Network
A proudly southern Māori Business Network, supporting Māori business growth since 2005. KUMA’s kaupapa is to build connections between whānau to enhance their individual professional and business success through our collective support.
Te Puni Kōkiri – Māori Business Growth Support 
Te Puni Kōkiri - Māori Business Growth Support aims to help build the skills and knowledge of Māori businesses. Te Puni Kōkiri, together with other business support services, help existing Māori businesses plan their pathways to realise their growth potential.
Te Rōpū Pakihi: Kāpiti and Horowhenua Māori Business Network
Te Rōpū Pakihi supports the growth and development of Māori enterprise in the Kāpiti Coast and Horowhenua region

The network was established in April 2001 by nine founding businesses many of whom remain core members. The membership believes that it is the influence of kaupapa tuku iho that makes our businesses unique contributors to our communities.
Tolaga Evergreen Fund
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Our focus is on supporting Maori and indigenous entrepreneurs, in starting their own service businesses.  With the collaboration between Tolaga Bay Innovation and Edmund Hillary Fellow ‘Scott Miller’, we provide seed loans and business wrap around support.