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On the way up: The executive of the Hawke's Bay Young Professionals, back from left, Ruth Shannon, Richard
Gallagher, Dan Browne. Front, Shannon Zaloum and Amy Norris. Absent: Regan Loach.
Boost for business
A new organisation bringing
ambitious young professionals
from Hawke s Bay, will host the
first of a series of breakfast
seminars in Hastings next week.
The Hawke s Bay Young Pro-
fessionals (HBYP) aims to assist
the personal and professional
development of the Bay s future
business leaders through a
series of business and social
events, starting with the break-
fast seminar at accountancy
firm WHK on June 1.
[The seminars are] a great
opportunity to gain knowledge
from those who have succeeded,
to share ideas, network and
have some fun, says the newly-
elected president of the group,
Richard Gallagher, from WHK.
We want to bring in current
business forerunners to educate
us, the future leaders of this
region. And who better to start
the ball rolling than to have
Brett Burgess of the very suc-
cessful Sales Impact Group.
At the seminar Mr Burgess
will pass on his wealth of know-
ledge to members about the
sales process -- in particular
prospecting -- getting referrals
and tips on how to seal the
It s encouraging to have such
a high calibre speaker as Brett
Burgess willing to come on
board and educate us. It s all
about working together with
Hawke s Bay business owners
and encouraging them to
embrace us young professionals
as future leaders, Mr Gallagher
The other members of the the
HBYP executive committee are
Ruth Shannon from Harcourts
Property Rentals; Dan Browne
from Indelible; Shannon Zaloum
from No 9 marketing + design;
Amy Norris from Price Camp-
bell & Co; and Regan Loach
People interested in joining
the group can email info@
hbyp.co.nz. The first seminar
starts at 7am, so people are
asked to arrive at 6.50am.
Sponsor for Brook
Hard out: Napier mountainbiker Brook Macdonald filming the three-part Red Bull
Chronicles series in Queenstown for his new international sponsor.
Hawke s Bay s junior mountainbike
world champion Brook Macdonald
has joined the international stable of
extreme sports stars sponsored by
energy drink giant, Red Bull.
Macdonald, 19, from Napier, is
regarded one of the world s rising
stars in downhill mountainbiking.
He is currently competing in the UCI
World Cup where he finished a suc-
cessful rookie year, off the back of
winning the Junior Downhill MTB
World Championships in 2009.
Macdonald was signed by Ivan
Mennim, Red Bull sports marketing
and athlete manager.
We are committed long-term to
Brook and are working with him
closely to help him reach the poten-
tial we see in him. He is a very tal-
ented rider and [we] are very excited
to have him signed to our inter-
national team, Mr Mennim said.
The undefeated HBS Bank Hawks head into this
Friday s local derby against the Manawatu Jets
back at the top of the national basketball league,
after downing the Auckland Pirates 87-72 in
Auckland last Wednesday night.
The 15-point victory, led by import Josh Pace
with 18 points, improved the Hawks unbeaten
start to the season to eight straight games. The
Wellington Saints unexpected loss to the Nelson
Giants last week sees the Hawks now perched
alone in top spot in the league.
Against the Pirates, the Hawks started well and
dominated the offensive boards, leading by as
many as 14 in the first period. It got even better
in the second quarter, when the Hawks scored a
Hawk Arthur Trousdell brought up his 1000th
NBL career point on his way to collecting another
double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds.
In the third, Ben Hill made the Pirates pay with
two long bombs and Hawks went on with a double-
digit lead in to the final quarter.
Hawks coach Paul Henare will be happy with
the shared offensive effort, with five players scor-
ing in double figures.
The Hawks host the Manawatu Jets this Friday
night at Pettigrew Green Arena. Tip-off at 7pm.
Auckland Pirates 72 (Brad Anderson 18, Luke
Martin 13, Everard Bartlett 13), HBS Bank
Hawks 87 (Josh Pace 18, Paora Winitana 15,
Galen Young 12), Final.
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