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15 September 2021

Events on Khyber

REINZ Building, Level 2
155 Khyber Pass Road, Grafton, Auckland, 1023

$200.00 + gst

Please note there is a $95.00 cost to attend the Networking Dinner

Registration

Registration includes:

Full Day Conference Registration
Daily conference catering
Conference workbook

NAI CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS & CANCELLATIONS

For any general inquiries or registrations please email jennie.harrison@harcourts.net

Registration cancellation requests or any changes must be received in writing to the Harcourts New Zealand National Events Team via email at jennie.harrison@harcourts.net

Confirmation of cancellation will be emailed to you and refunds will be made up until 5pm, Tuesday7 September. Please note – no refunds or changes will be permitted after this closing date and cancellation of registration fee will be charged in full.

Accommodation

To secure your accommodation for the NAI Conference please follow the steps below.

Quest on Beaumont

80 Beaumont Street, St Marys Bay

Within walking distance of the post-conference dinner venue. To book accommodation at the Quality Suites Alexander Inn, please click on the link below which will direct you to their website.

QT Auckland

4 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Westhaven

To book a room at the QT Auckland, please click on the link below which will direct you to their website.

Ramada by Wyndham Newmarket

41 Gillies Ave Newmarket, Auckland, New Zealand 1023

Within walking distance of Events on Khyber. To book a room at Ramada by Wyndham Newmarket, please click on the link below which will direct you to their website.

Parking

Venue Parking

Offsite: Auburn Street or 160 Grafton Road

Paid carparking is available using the EMA carpark right next door. The entrance is off Auburn Street. Parking is capped at $10 per day ($3.50/hour).

There is also a Wilson’s carpark located at 160 Grafton Road (2-minute walk).

Program

Introducing our keynote speakers

In 2021, the line-up of speakers for New Zealand’s NAI Conference is fantastic! Hear from a variety of successful business people, sales agents, and motivational speakers.

ALLISON MOONEY

Not surprising that Inspirational International speaker Allie Mooney has been recipient of “Speaker of the Year (Professional Speakers Association New Zealand) award three times.

As an Award winning Speaker and Author, she has won many prestigious speaking awards.

Most Inspirational Speaker
Most Humorous and Entertaining Speaker
and her best-selling book Pressing the Right Buttons earned her “Author of the Year”

In 2009 she achieved one of the highest international accreditations in the speaking industry, the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) award held only by 12 other Kiwis and 750 speakers world-wide.

Last year she was awarded the Global Speaker’s Federation Fellow designation. Proving her ability to speak across, ethnicity, regions and cultures.

She has spoken to over 80 international events in the past 7 years.

Prior to changing her career at 40 she managed the First Class
Lounge of Qantas International and the Frequent Flyers lounge of Ansett New Zealand.

Her corporate client list includes large organisations like Fonterra, BNZ, Air New Zealand, IAG, Toyota, Drake International, Harcourt Real Estate ,Fletchers Aluminium, House of Travel, Lockwood Homes, LawLink, Master Builders Association, Pfizer NZ, PGG Wrightsons, Westfield Management, L’Oreal Professionnel to name a few.

Her message brings understanding, unity, social change and gives us clarity to navigate a way forward respecting our differences. It nudges us forward to receptive insight.

She describes herself as a “people interpreter” and has the midas touch in being able to ‘speed read’ people, an essential skill both at home and at work.

DAVID CHAFER

Chalmers Properties Ltd began trading in 1998 and is a 100% owned subsidiary of Port Otago Limited. Its core activity is commercial property investment with holdings in Dunedin, Hamilton and Auckland.
Chalmers manages its investment portfolio through acquisition, property development and at times divestment to produce a diversified portfolio by property type and location. It focuses on achieving long- term value gain while limiting exposure to undeveloped land.
David brings significant experience to his role with 19 years commercial real estate sector, principally with listed property funds. He is a Chartered Surveyor, Registered Property Consultant, Registered Property Manager and Practitioner of the NZ Green Building Council. David also holds a Bachelor of Property degree from Auckland University.
Previous executive positions held include NZX listed companies Property For Industry Ltd, ING Property Trust (Argosy Property Trust) and Urbus Properties Ltd.

SIR BOB JONES

Sir Bob is one of New Zealand’s leading entrepreneurs and is an astute property investor, author and former politician. He is ranked by NBR as the 8th wealthiest person in New Zealand in the 2021 Wealth List, with a net worth of $1.1 billion.
Sir Bob has extensive commercial property holdings in Auckland and Wellington, and is acknowledged as New Zealand’s largest private office building owner through his company Robt. Jones Holdings Limited. He also has significant property holdings in Australia and Europe.
His property investment career started at the age of 22, when he purchased a commercial building in Lower Hutt. Today Sir Bob’s buildings are almost invariably in city centres and his company is known for its high maintenance standards, as well as a focus on fixing what he refers to as architects’ mistakes.
While at Victoria University of Wellington, he earned a ‘blue’ in boxing and contributed to a boxing column in the university’s newspaper Salient. Sir Bob founded and led the New Zealand Party in 1983, a political party that won 12% of the vote in the 1984 general election, but no seats.
In 1989 he was made a Knight Bachelor in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, and in 1990 received the New Zealand Commemorative Medal. He has written more than 20 books, both on property as well as a variety of other topics.

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

8.00am – 8.45am Registration, Morning Tea & Networking
8.45am – 9.00am Welcome and Opening Address
Tony Kidd, General Manager, NAI Harcourts New Zealand
9.00am – 10.30am Personalities & Understanding Them
Allie Mooney, The People Interpreter
10.30am – 11.15am Breakout 1A – Commercial Agency
Dave Lane, NAIH North Shore & Theo De Leeuw, NAIH Hamilton
The Value Proposition, Fee Retention & How to Secure Quality Sole Agencies
10.30am – 11.15am Breakout 1B – Commercial Property Management
Tom Wallace, Sherif Hassan, Re-leased
Industry Trends and what is happening with Re-leased
10.30am – 11.15am Breakout 1C – Business Broking
Athol McCully, NAIH Grenadier Christchurch
Appraisal of a Business
10.30am – 11.15am Breakout 2A – Commercial Agency & Business Broking
Stefan Engels, Head of Operations & Kyle Brown, Head of Sales, Punch Group
Utilising Video in today’s Commercial Environment
10.30am – 11.15am Breakout 2B – Commercial Property Management
Rob Meister – NAIH North Shore , Linda Kuipers – NAIH Grenadier Christchurch, Greg Wills – NAIH Hamilton
Panel Discussion Group
11.45am – 11.50am Short Break
11.50am -12.30pm Dealing with Real Estate Agents and What We Look For
David Chafer, General Manager, Chalmers Properties
12.30pm – 1.15pm Lunch and Networking Break
1.15pm – 2.00pm Main Speaker
TBC
2.00pm – 2.50pm Main Speaker
TBC
2.50pm – 2.55pm Short Break
2.55pm – 3.40pm Main Speaker
3.45pm – 4.45pm Closing Keynote Speaker
Sir Bob Jones, Robt Jones Investments
4.45pm – 5.00pm Wrap Up and Close
Tony Kidd, General Manager, NAI Harcourts New Zealand
6.30pm – 8.00pm Networking Drinks & Dinner
Sails Restaurant, Westhaven
> Pre-Dinner Drinks Sponsored by NZME

NETWORKING DINNER

SAILS RESTAURANT| 103-113 WESTHAVEN DRIVE, WESTHAVEN MARINA| AUCKLAND

The Networking Dinner will take place on Wednesday night, join us for drinks sponsored by NZME
starting from 6.30pm.

The set menu dinner cost is $95.00pp and you can elect to attend dinner when registering for Conference.

OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS

The 2021 NAI Conference is proudly supported by:

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