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Telling the Z story

Today, the Thrive New Zealand conference kicked off in Auckland. Hosted by the Prime Minister, the conference features some of the country’s leading business figures, innovators, administrators and sports leaders.

The conference is about celebrating New Zealand business success and innovation and Z is one of the main company’s represented. Mike is one of the 17 speakers, and delivered this presentation at 11.20 this morning in front of 2,000 attendees. Here is a list of some of the speakers http://www.thriveinternational.co.nz/speakers.asp


Mike’s presentation is all about the Z Journey – the Z Why, our values, what we stand for and what we have learned about business in New Zealand in Z’s short journey. This is an opportunity to demonstrate thought leadership and tell the unique Z story to the New Zealand business community.

Here is the full slide pack and speech notes. A video of Mike’s speech will be available next week.



Comments on The Auckland Plan - Auckland Unleashed

Z Energy Limited (Z) is a New Zealand energy company, owned by the New Zealand Superannuation Fund and Infratil. Z operates only in New Zealand and is – directly and indirectly – owned by the people of New Zealand.

Auckland Unleashed is an aspirational document and Z shares the commitment within it to enhancing the city of Auckland for the benefit of the people that live there, for the rest of the country and for future generations...

Read the full document here




Z submission on Tobacco Control Bill


Greenstone Energy is owned by a consortium comprising Infratil New Zealand and the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. Each party owns 50 per cent of Greenstone Energy.

In March 2010, Greenstone Energy purchased the retail and distribution assets of Shell New Zealand. These assets include a 17 per cent shareholding in the New Zealand Refining Company, numerous fuel storage and distribution assets and more than 200 retail service stations across the country...

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