Upcoming Events

Here are some key events happening in different places in New Zealand but going by what the world is going through because of COVID-19 outbreak, they might be postponed to future dates. The dates will be updated as soon as they are changed.

International Conference on Chemical and Environmental Science

Dates: 6th to 7th April, 2020

Venue: VR Hamilton, Hamilton, New Zealand

This event is meant to bring scholars and entrepreneurs together where they will exchange ideas, share experiences from their respective countries and brainstorm on future collaborations. So far, the event has attracted participants globally. It is a quarterly event that attracts 100 to 500 delegates from all over the world.

New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education Conference

Dates: 21 to 23 April, 2020

University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand

This is an annual event where cooperative education practitioners present their work and any new projects to the participants. The conference attracts between 100 and 500 participants.

Clyde Wine and Food Harvest Festival

Dates: 12th April, 2020

Venue: Olivers Central Otago Lodge & Stables, Clyde, New Zealand

The festival attracts between 1,000 to 5,000 participants and 100 to 500 exhibitors. The event is all about good food and music capped with an art exhibition by the Central Otago Art Society.

Arise Conference

Dates: 16-18 July, 2020

Venue: TSB Bank Arena, Wellington, New Zealand

Around 2,000 to 5,000 delegates are expected to attend the event organised by the Church of New Zealand. It is a religious event attended by participants from across the globe.

Grand Wedding Show Auckland

Dates: 26th April, 2020

Venue: ASB Showgrounds, Auckland, New Zealand

From bridal wear, florists, jewellers, hairstylists, cakes and decoration, this event presents a great opportunity for anyone planning a wedding to mingle and interact with service providers. The one-day event attracts between 100-500 exhibitors and close to 5,000 participants. It happens annually.

Most events have been put on hold due to the Covid-19 outbreak.