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I make a point of posting here when I am having coffee, because for a coffee per month you can join my journey and know what happens 'behind the scene'.
My work takes me across New Zealand to rural towns, so I live in a caravan and stay at a particular town for a while, interacting locally and helping it to take the next step towards making small town entrepreneurship an important part of its efforts to thrive economically, socially, environmentally and culturally,
You are interested in the patron-only content I post giving more detail about the experience of living full time in a caravan while I move around for my work through rural New Zealand. I comment on places I visit while in the town, photos and videos I do not make available public, and of course give specific information about gluten free eating in the town.
Note that I do not post anything specific to small town entrepreneurship in this tier.
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You see value in using the services offered by NZIRE.
- Early bird access and be in line for special offers as they come.
- All new services NZIRE offers are offered here with inaugural benefits prior to being launched publicly.
- We also host a monthly online session you can attend to interact with other users of our services, ask questions and make recommendations for change.
(Amounts are in US$).
if you subscribe, you have access to all workshops and discussions online, and Mariana and you also interact via email once a week to help you on your journey to become an established remote worker or freelancer.
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As part of its vision "We exist to help your town thrive" the New Zealand Institute for Rural Entrepreneurship (NZIRE) moves around in rural New Zealand to interact with key players in small towns. We believe in strong, locally driven initiatives where communities own and shape the future they want to live in. This is part of the services provided by New Zealand Institute for Rural Entrepreneurship (nzire.net).
You can always check my itinerary in the near future at https://nzire.net/mobilenzire/mobilenzire-arrange-a-face-2-face-meeting/ ans schedule a meeting with me (if I am not nearby choose the video meeting option at the bottom of the page).
As more small towns take steps to grow innovation economies, it’s important to dispel the old myths that the rural-driven economies are limited to traditional sectors like agriculture or other land-based or natural resources-based businesses and local economies.
Small towns can be hubs for innovative entrepreneurship of all kinds. We are here to help you make it happen in your district, in your town, for your business, for your community.
You can be part of any of a number of our communities (look in the right hand column for more detail about each tier and a button to sign up):
Tier 1: Just curious about the notion of living in a caravan and travelling across New Zealand.
Tier 2: USER of services: You make use (or want to make use) of what NZIRE offers to grow your town, and want to have access to inaugural offers and special offers. You also want to be part of the discussion on how to use these services to the best benefit in your town.
Tier 3: PROVIDER of services: You provide services in small towns and want to become part of the network of such services NZIRE promotes to small towns as it travels.
Tier 4: SHAPE-er of services: You are excited about NZIRE and what it strives to achieve and want to be part of making it happen by helping shape its future.
Tier 5: You are interested in a one-to-one service to help your initiative thrive.
INVESTOR: You do not want to be actively involved, but believe in this work and want to invest in it.
You can find out more about me on my LinkedIn profile, or the Rural Entrepreneurship group I curate on LinkedIn.
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Join me in the quest to bring about sustained change and growth in small towns through stimulating entrepreneurship and strengthening ecosystems supporting that by becoming a patron of this journey.