Wednesday, 6 Apr 2016 5:30pm – 7:30pm
The Wellington Branch Ethics Committee invites practitioners to a panel discussion on the above topic with panelists Privacy Commissioner, John Edwards; Wellington Barrister, Lisa Hansen and Academic and Barrister, Bianca Mueller.
Cost of $25 per person (incl. GST).
Finger food, wine, juice and lemonade will be served.
Bianca Mueller was invited to speak at the Identity Conference 2015. This international event will focus on sharing leadership and practical experience around digital identity and privacy. The theme of the conference is Enabling Digital Identity and Privacy in a Connected World. Bianca Mueller will be a presenter at the ‘The world of sensors and the Internet of Things’ workstream. The conference is co-hosted by the Department of Internal Affairs, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, and Victoria University of Wellington. The conference will be held in Wellington on Monday 18 May 2015 and Tuesday 19 May 2015. The conference will be particularly of interest to anyone who wants to broaden their knowledge and understanding of leadership, practical experience, opportunities and challenges around using digital identity and privacy as enablers in an increasingly connected world. The powerpoint presentation is available here and an excerpt of the conference handbook is available here.
Are you looking to take your business overseas but aren’t sure how to protect your intellectual property (IP) rights?
Join legal expert, Bianca Mueller, for an entertaining and interactive presentation on the necessary tools you need to protect and leverage your intangible assets, and to grow your business internationally.
Wednesday 18th February 2015 3.30pm – 5pm
More information about this event can be found on the NZ Rise website.
The chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Dr. Angela Merkel will visit New Zealand on November 14 ahead of the G20 talks in Brisbane. It will be the first visit by a German Chancellor since 1997. The New Zealand German Business Association is hosting a cocktail event in honour of Dr. Angela Merkel.
Dr. Angela Merkel was elected to office in 2005 making her the longest serving national leader in the European Union. She is not only the first http://www.bestxanaxcomparison.com former citizen of the German Democratic Republic to lead the reunited Germany, but also the first woman to lead Germany since it became a modern nation-state in 1871.
More information about this event can be found here.
The New Zealand German Business Association is hosting a series of events bringing a special combo of topics to Auckland and Wellington. Please join us and learn about the surprising things that make Germans ‘tick’ and listen to Zeald and our expert member Law Down Under advise on doing business online and on cloud security.
Is your website getting your business results? Come and luncheon with us and hear what two key factors determine the success of your most valuable marketing tool; your website. Have you thought about legal compliances and security risks in the cloud? Our expert member Law Down Under will stun you with some interesting insights.
Wednesday, 22 October, 2014
2.00pm – 3.00pm Negotiating with Germans
Wellington Employers Chamber of Commerce
(Level 2 Lumley House, 3-11 Hunter Street, Wellington)
Please register by email. Seats are limited. We recommend early registration to avoid disappointment.
Download the invitation card here.
Costs: $50+GST (members), $90+ GST (non members).