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The Lean Hub: Supervisors to leaders

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CEDA is working with The Lean Hub to deliver a Supervisors Development Course, a six-month fully guided programme in Palmerston North between July 3 and December 11. About the course:…

Big changes in visitor bed night data

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Over the past several months, regions across New Zealand have been grappling with the loss of a key set of regional tourism data, provided by Qrious which captured visitor nights…

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Great to see Talent Central act as the driving force between connecting employers in the understaffed transport industry and potential employees

Over 50 companies are at @ManfeildPark for Talent Central's Jobfest today, where 100 jobs in distribution, logistics and transport are up for grabs. The purpose? Meet real employers, experience their business, make contacts, land a job. @Manawatu_DC @LSinNZ @ManawatuNZ #manawatu

The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) exists to drive and facilitate the creation and growth of economic wealth in Manawatu and beyond.

3,000 international students strong


About 3,000 international students from around the world make Manawatu their home each year. From primary and intermediate through to secondary and tertiary level education, our region is a vibrant hub for international education.

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CEDA can provide you with FREE support and advice to bring your conference to our region including bid applications, event planning and venue hire.

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