Te Wānanga O Aotearoa
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa proudly supports Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival. We’re one of the largest tertiary education providers in Aotearoa and our wide range of small business programmes can help you turn your business ideas into reality or show you how to take your business to the next level.
NZ Māori Tourism
New Zealand Māori Tourism is committed to working with the Māori tourism sector to contribute to our economy, provide compelling visitor experiences, and build strong commercial and cultural leadership.We support leaders and partnerships that generate value in the Māori and wider tourism sector. This creates opportunity and ensures the growth and quality of Māori tourism experiences.
Positioning Māori tourism in this way allows Māori to take a leadership role in how visitors experience our country. Māori leading Aotearoa New Zealand visitor experiences
Mā te pūkenga Māori te wheako Māori i Aotearoa nei, e ārahi.
Air New Zealand
Araraurangi – Air New Zealand for almost 80 years has been a part of the fabric of this country. As a company we are on a journey to grow our confidence, capability, and comfort to engage with te reo Māori and the Māori culture. Our support of Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival is an opportunity for Araraurangi to join in the celebration of the unique identity and cultural heritage of Tāmaki Makaurau.
Mai is more than just radio. Mai is a premium brand that dominates social media, the web, events and much more; and we're stoked to be partnering with Tāmaki Herenga Waka festival 2020. Here at Mai, we love to make our listeners feel like part of the whanau and believe we can offer an authentic connection between our loyal audience and the festival. We are proud of our strong Māori culture and want to make the history of Tāmaki Makaurau known through this unique way of story telling.
Moana New Zealand has been built through the collective efforts of many and is the country’s largest Iwi-owned kaimoana and kai ora company. We connect the world to the true taste and rare magic of Aotearoa’s best kaimoana and hold a deep sense of responsibility to the oceans and taonga we have been entrusted with. We exist for Iwi, and because of Iwi which makes us very proud sponsors of the Tāmaki Herenga Waka festival. Celebrating the rich history of Tāmaki Makaurau alongside the 19 Iwi of the region is a kaupapa that very much resonates with our company’s whakapapa and purpose. Moana New Zealand is dedicated to contributing to the wellbeing of future generations through living our four tikanga: kaitiakitanga, whakapapa, whakatipuranga and manaakitanga. Iwi are the true guardians of the world’s most pristine and sustainably managed fisheries. Sharing our story of how Moana came to be and the sustainability initiatives we are supporting and implementing shows some of the many ways we are contributing to the ongoing prosperity of Aotearoa’s fisheries. Our everyday efforts aim to make both our tipuna and future mokopuna, proud of their company.