Capacity Series

Revenue Diversification

for Iwi

Auckland I  Wellington I Christchurch

Nga Ngaru Capacity and Capability Building Series

Workshop: How to diversify revenue and shift away from a reliance on Government funding 

  • Who should attend? CEO’s, Board Members, CFO’s, Finance Directors, Executive Directors, General Managers

  • Key learning outcome: How to build a stronger more agile organisation by ensuring you have the right governance structures in place



This half day workshop is bought to you by Ngā Ngaru and seeks to provide Iwi with an understanding and overview of best practice when it comes revenue diversification. Revenue diversification is fundamentally important when it comes to organisational growth and development as well as being able to insulate itself from a fall back in traditional revenue lines such as government funding. This workshop will focus specifically on the following learning outcomes:

  1. Introduction: why is revenue diversification

  2. How to diversify revenue and create new revenue generating products and services

  3. The importance of cash flow management and planning

  4. How to forecast for growth

  5. Why investing in core business is the key to growth



Workshop leader: Matthew Tukaki, former head of Drake International, Chairman of Australia’s National Coalition for suicide prevention, Chairman of the Board of the Sustain Group and NewsNow. Matthew Tukaki has a significant background in building and developing boards. He has been a member of both private and public sector boards for more than fifteen years and has been responsible for the implementation of best practice board reform and management

The Basics

Cost for attending:


$495 per person 


Maximum number of attendees:


20 participants per location 



Auckland: 9th March 18

Wellington: 8th March 18 

Christchurch: 7th March 18

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Mere Balzer, Chair of Ngā Ngaru Rautahi O Aotearoa Inc. & CEO of Te Runanga O Kirikiriroa
Workshop Leader: Matthew Tukaki
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