Formal Meeting Guide For New Zealand Essay

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Formal meeting guide for to New Zealand
Submitted by- Mohit Kumar
Submitted to –Anika vats

• Introduction 3
• Maori hui 6
• Typical agenda of maori hui 7
• The process and regulations to be followed at a hui 7
• Typical agenda of the registered shareholder meeting 8
• The records required for meeting 8
• Glossary 9
• Reference 10


New Zealand is known as multi-culture country. There are different types of society are occurring due to universal understudies who origina starts from different different nations.

Nowadays, Māori people are living in full New Zealand, and many of them are actively participated in the care of their culture and language. Within Māori community, the marae provides a focus for social, cultural and spiritual life. The term marae describes a communal area names 'plaza ' which includes a wharenui (the meeting house) and wharekai (a dining room).

Maori are defined by their iwi (tribe), hapu (sub-tribe), maunga (mountain) and awa (river). The
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