L-R: Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce's David Kerr, Sue Cunningham, TET chair Gillian Bishop and manager Sky Davies at the Chamber's recent awards night
TET experienced exponential growth in 2021. We grew so much and so quickly that towards the end of the year, we decided to take a deep breath and re-visit our "why"s—personal, project and organisational. Then we looked at how far we’d come, and used those insights to inform our entry in the 2021 Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce Awards.
The awards were deferred due to COVID-19 restrictions and were finally held on Friday 25 February. No, we didn’t win! But our profile in the local business community is stronger and we look forward to forging new friendships and opportunities.
In 2022 we're deepening other relationships as well. TET whānau are currently attending a tikanga and te reo Māori course so that we can engage with mana whenua in a culturally safe and authentic way.
Who are we and what do we stand for? These times might be rife with uncertainty but some things don't change—TET's vision, mission, and deeply-held belief in the power of community conservation to transform landscapes and people. The evidence is in these stories. Enjoy!
Noho ora mai | Stay well
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