New tattoo studio comes to town
Check out what's happening in Manawatu business, in this week's Business Time.
*Natives Tattoo Company has opened at 192 Featherston St, Palmerston North. The studio has a focus on contemporary moko and other Polynesian tattoos.
*Allied Concrete’s Ready Mix plant in Palmerston North picked up two awards at Allied’s conference recently. They took home the Environmental Award, as well as a Certificate of Excellence.
*Christine Jones, well known in her role as the economic development director at Vision Manawatu, has left Vision.
*Cuba Street Bakehouse in Palmerston North is for sale. The business, found across the road from FMG Stadium, is for sale by negotiation.
*The Manawatu and Wairarapa Chambers of Commerce are looking to strengthen their relationship and get members working closer together. As part of that plan, they will be having a networking event at the Tui Brewery on November 29.
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- Manawatu Standard
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