Virtual after work "Happy Hour" brought to you by NZHIT and Umbrellar

Dates:
April 16, 2020
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April 16, 2020
Time:
7.00pm
Location:
Virtual
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Virtual after work "Happy Hour" brought to you by NZHIT and Umbrellar

NZHIT members are invited to join us for a relaxed get-together in the early evening that will start with a speaker discussing a topic relevant to the current situation followed by a brief Q&A session, then we’ll finish off with an informal chat amongst ourselves. 

There are so many (serious) webinar type events being offered at the moment that we’d like to give you the opportunity to join us over a drink, sit back, relax and simply chew the fat.

Our speaker for this event is David Downs who is well-known and highly regarded as a business leader, senior government official, board director, author and inspirational speaker along with being a champion of the role digital health plays in our health sector nationally and globally.

David will talk for 20 minutes on the broad topic of business and personal resilience as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and key factors to be aware of as we come out the other end.

David’s presentations are well known for bringing a humourous angle to a serious topic so he’s ideal for setting the tone for a relaxed and fun get-together.

When: Thursday 16th April, 2020
Time: 7.00-8.00pm
How: Click on the “register now” button below then follow the instructions, once registered you’ll be sent an invite to the virtual Teams site.
Cost: Absolutely free to attend (you provide your own drinks and nibbles of choice)

As an added bonus, all attendees will earn NZHIT “Virtual Credits”. As you’ll be providing your own drinks and nibbles for this event we will pay these credits back by shouting the drinks at the first in-person NZHIT event we hold at the most suitable time in the future!

David Down

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