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Epic Women with Epic Stories - Tauranga
muv talks
About MUV Talks

Thanks to our partnership with Venture Centre, MUV Talks is coming to Tauranga! Come along to hear seven Epic Women with Epic Stories

MUV Talks is an event that brings together people who want to be innovative, creative and make things happen. It consists of a set of 7 talks for seven minutes with different experiences and points of view (from researchers, business people, entrepreneurs and investors), closing with activities and networking.

Our goal is to create an environment where passionate people can gather together to get things done; to learn, network and share knowledge.

Sponsors apply

By supporting MUV Talks you will be participating and making possible a unique event. Your brand will be exposed to a genuine public interest and you would be contributing to:

  • - Promoting the entrepreneurial culture in New Zealand.
  • - Encouraging entrepreneurship: For most of our attendees these events are the first step to the entrepreneurial world.
  • - Playing a vital role in the development of your local economy by supporting endeavors for job creation, creativity and community.

For more information contact hello@muving.org









MC & Speakers

Pascale Hyboud-Peron


Co-founder & Director @ Venture Centre

I am people-focused, and intent on helping build a self-organised, purposeful, connected community, with easy entry points for engagement.

Rachelle Duffy


Director @ Little Big Events

Rachelle has been responsible for hosting a series of successful community events, focussed on arts, culture, music, fashion and cuisine.

Piki Russell


Manager Social Services @ Te Tuinga Whanau Support Services Trust

Piki is making a difference to help whanau/families to reach their ideal is what’s important.

Angela Warren-Clark


Manager @ Tauranga Women's Refuge

I believe in the ability of people to change; that hope, compassion and kindness are values we need to practice in all we do.

Leanne Mulcahy


Founder @ Stand Out Women

A misfit right from the start, Leanne always knew she was different and it turned out she was right.

Leisa Renwick


Teacher @ Mount Maunganui College

A feminist, a teacher, an activist, a mother and wife. On December 2016, Leisa was named the Herald's New Zealander of the Year.


5:30 PM
Meet & Greet
6:00 PM
Speakers (First Part)
6:50 PM
Food, Drinks & Networking
7:20 PM
Speakers (Second Part)
8:00 PM
Networking Activity


Get yours why they are still available

General Admission
  • Regular Seating
  • Food and Drinks
  • Custom Name Tag
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  • 108 Willow St, Tauranga
  • hello@muving.org
  • 17:30 - 20:30