Some of the bravest Māori entrepreneurs sharing their stories at Inā te Ora – Food Futures 22-24 November in Gisborne.
It is Rosie’s goal to move the future foods conversation forward both locally and globally, and to build global businesses in the future foods and alternative proteins space.
Do we know any Māori medical professionals interested in doing a PhD in clinical research?
40 inspirational presenters sharing insights at first Tairāwhiti agritech-foodtech conference.
As part of our business planning we are seeking expressions of interest from individuals who have experience in industrial roles.
Hikurangi Enterprises is developing a range of natural health and skincare products for global markets and need marketing specialists for project work.
If you’re interested in joining the Ruatoria Light-Earth Building course being run by EIT Tairāwhiti in conjunction with Hikurangi Enterprises, please complete the form below and we will be in touch asap. Course Details: Duration: 10 October – 21 December 2017 Days/Times: Tuesday – Thursday 8:30 am – 2:30 pm Location: Ruatoria Based Some accommodation…
An introduction to Hikurangi Enterprises projects, plans and people.
The future of East Coast carbon farming has received a boost with a three-year research project beginning this year to identify the opportunities and barriers for reforesting Maori land. Ruatoria charitable company Hikurangi Enterprises, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust and Victoria University of Wellington will work together on the project, which received a…
Bioactive potential of kīna to be explored in Cawthron – Hikurangi collaboration.
21/12/17 – Radio NZ: Hikurangi Hemp prepares for manufacture 21/12/17 – Newshub: Cannabis legislation provides new industry for NZ 21/12/17 – Radio Waatea: Caddie ready for legal tea 21/12/17 – The Gisborne Herald: Hikurangi Hemp welcomes plan to increase production 20/12/17 – TVNZ: Availability of medical cannabis a step closer 20/12/17 – Newshub: Government rules…
Hikurangi Enterprises travelled to Northern California and Seattle to visit companies in the rapidly growing cannabis industry.