The Leader of the National Party spoke to almost 100 business leaders at the Tauranga Business Chamber’s ‘Lunch with Christopher Luxon’ last November.
At Trinity Wharf, Luxon shared his views on many of the challenges New Zealand is facing and discussed his Party’s vision for the social and economic development of the country in the future. This included improved productivity, investing in tech, research and innovation, less red tape for businesses, and increasing international connections and trade.
Afterward, there was an opportunity to meet and greet with Luxon, as well as Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller, and Tauranga MP Sam Uffindell.
On Wednesday, 1 March the Chamber will roll out the welcome mat for a morning tea with Minister of Transport, Immigration, and Workplace Relations and Safety, Hon. Michael Wood.
To register, visit Tauranga.org.nz