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Clients for whom we have delivered Retirement workshops or seminars

Some client organisations for whom we have delivered Retirement Planning workshops, seminars and/or coaching for staff


  • Airways New Zealand

  • Auckland University of Technology

  • Bay of Plenty Regional Council

  • Beca

  • Department of Conservation

  • Downer

  • Dunedin City Council

  • Eastern Institute of Technology

  • Environment Canterbury

  • Fairway Resolution

  • Fonterra

  • Gisborne City Council

  • GCSB

  • Grace Hospital

  • Hauraki District Council

  • Inland Revenue

  • Medical Council of New Zealand

  • Methanex

  • Ministry of Defence

  • Ministry of Social Development

  • New Zealand Post

  • New Zealand Registered Architects Board

  • New Zealand Transport Agency

  • North Tugz

  • Open Polytechnic



  • Powerco Limited

  • Rotorua District Council

  • Ruapehu District Council

  • Shell Todd Oil Services

  • Spark

  • Statistics New Zealand

  • Taranaki Savings Bank

  • Taupo District Council

  • Tauranga City Council

  • TEC

  • The Treasury

  • Trustpower

  • University of Waikato

  • Victoria University of Wellington

  • Waiariki Polytechnic

  • Waikato Regional Council

  • Waimakariri District Council

  • Waipa District Council

  • Wellington City Council

  • Wellington Water

  • Western Bay of Plenty District Council

  • Western Institute of Technology

  • Westland District Council

  • Whanganui District Council


Our workshops and/or seminars have been delivered in the following locations:


  • Auckland

  • Blenheim

  • Christchurch

  • Dunedin

  • Gisborne

  • Hamilton

  • Hawera

  • Hokitika

  • Lower Hutt

  • Marsden Point

  • Napier

  • Nelson

  • New Plymouth

  • Oamaru

  • Ohakune

  • Opotiki



  • Paeroa

  • Pahiatua

  • Palmerston North

  • Petone

  • Porirua

  • Rangiora

  • Rotorua

  • Taumaranui

  • Taupo

  • Tauranga

  • TeAwamutu

  • Upper Hutt

  • Waitoa

  • Wanganui

  • Wellington

  • Whakatane