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TAIRAWHITI ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP 22 OCTOBER 2014 WELCOME: John Rae, Interim Chair – Activate Tairawhiti INTRODUCTION & WORKSHOP Astrid Lambert,

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1 TAIRAWHITI ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP 22 OCTOBER 2014 WELCOME: John Rae, Interim Chair – Activate Tairawhiti INTRODUCTION & WORKSHOP Astrid Lambert, Establishment Phase CE – Activate Tairawhiti Kobus Mentz, director, Urbanismplus

2 Why are we doing this? Tairawhiti needs a collaborative economy, as no one entity can do it all, and to ensure we deliver: Solid Economic Performance Quality of Life Resilience which leads to sustainability over the long term

3 AN ECONOMIC SNAPSHOT Astrid Lambert Establishment Phase CE – Activate Tairawhiti Growth, Employment, Sectors and Clusters

4 Employment Growth for Gisborne and other regions ( ) Northland New Zealand Hawkes Bay GISBORNE

5 Annual Growth Rate for Regional GDP Percentage GDP of NZ

6 Value Added per Worker Employment Growth, GRP multiplier, Employment count multiplier by Sector

7 SECTORS FORESTRY FORESTRY SERVICES, LOGGING, WOOD PRODUCT MANUFACTURE HORTICULTURE FRUIT GROWING, CROPPING OTHER FOOD MANUFACTURE, MEAT PROCESSING STOCK DAIRY, SHEEP & BEEF NEW ECONOMY CREATIVE/DIGITAL/ KNOWLEDGE OPPORTUNITY SECTORS PLASTIC PRODUCTS SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL SERVICES + ??? TOURISM VISITOR EXPERIENCES EVENTS/ACCOMODATION/ RETAIL

8 EIGHT MOST VALUABLE SECTORS EMPLOYMENT COUNT & GROSS REGIONAL PRODUCT (2013) Can employment decline be reversed good employment multiplier good employment growth decline Any new opportunities? What are the inhibitors?

9 FASTEST GROWING MAJOR SECTORS 2008 – 2013 (EMPLOYMENT) Also high employment

10 Employment Growth, GRP multiplier, Employment count multiplier by Sector GISBORNE’S DECLINING SECTORS Also high employment & high revenue

11 OPPORTUNITY SECTORS ALSO MOST VALUABLE

12 $201m $265m $466m 1436 $135m $155m $290m 1828 $578m $379m $957m 3358 forestry & forestry services Main Sector: Linked Sectors: Total Revenue: Total JOBS: horticulture & fruit growing dairy, sheep and beef HOW THE BIGGEST SECTORS COMPARE

13 FORESTRY & FORESTRY SERVICES:$73.70m GRP $159m EXPORTS 0.24% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH ( ) DAIRY, SHEEP & BEEF:$205.28m GRP $560m EXPORTS 0% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH ( ) HORTICULTURE & FRUIT GROWING:$66.63m GRP $106m EXPORTS -2.46% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH ( ) 3 MOST VALUABLE COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE SECTORS (EMPLOYMENT COUNT) 2.32 revenue multiplier 1.66 revenue multiplier 2.15 revenue multiplier

14 3 MOST VALUABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE SECTORS (EMPLOYMENT COUNT) OTHER FOOD MANUFACTURING:$68.44m GRP $130m EXPORTS 7.63% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH ( ) MEAT PROCESSING:$49.03m GRP $92m EXPORTS 2.31% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH ( ) WOOD PRODUCT MANUFACTURE:$25.77m GRP $40m EXPORTS -1.80% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH ( ) 1.97 revenue multiplier 1.66 revenue multiplier 2.49 revenue multiplier

15 HIGH PERFORMERS high multipliers + big employer + growing employment Forestry & Forest Services Other Food Manufacture Meat Processing Logging VALUABLE BUT NEED SUPPORT high multipliers + big employer + declining employment Dairy, Sheep & Beef Horticulture & Fruit Growing Wood Product Manufacture Agricultural Services FAST GROWING NEW OPPORTUNITIES modest multipliers + small + but some of our fastest employment growth Scientific and Technical Services (high multipliers) Plastic Products Printing, Publishing & Recorded Media Movies, Radio & TV SUMMARY NOTE: Multipliers cover: GRP, Employment, Revenue

16 STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT Kobus Mentz add some of Kobus’ slides from Council Talk

17 THE WORKSHOP Astrid Lambert and Kobus Mentz GENERAL DISCUSSION: ‘Key opportunities for Gisborne by sector’ SMALL GROUP SESSION - ISSUES & ACTIONS: Opportunities, constraints and threats GENERAL REPORT BACK: Prioritise further considerations LUNCH SMALL GROUP SESSIONS - IMPLEMENTAION : who champions, who delivers, organisations involved and who funds GENERAL REPORT BACK: Conclusions CLOSE

18 GENERAL DISCUSSION ‘Key opportunities for Gisborne by sector’

19 SECTORS FORESTRY FORESTRY SERVICES, LOGGING, WOOD PRODUCT MANUFACTURE HORTICULTURE FRUIT GROWING, CROPPING OTHER FOOD MANUFACTURE, MEAT PROCESSING STOCK DAIRY, SHEEP & BEEF NEW ECONOMY CREATIVE/DIGITAL/ KNOWLEDGE OPPORTUNITY SECTORS PLASTIC PRODUCTS SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL SERVICES + ??? TOURISM VISITOR EXPERIENCES EVENTS/ACCOMODATION/ RETAIL

20 SMALL GROUP SESSION 1 ISSUES & ACTIONS Opportunities, constraints and threats

21 ISSUES & ACTIONS for your sector:  What are the Sector’s biggest growth OPPORTUNITIES?  Is there LEAKAGE that can be prevented?  What are the Sector’s biggest CONSTRAINTS?  What are the Sector’s biggest THREATS? Please be specific and also indicate where on the MAP

22 SOME CONSIDERATIONS:  Access: to markets and Investment  Possible roles: of Iwi, Local Authorities and other organizations  People: Skills Education, Pathways, Talent, Labour, Entrepreneurs  Resource: (water, land & other fundamental resources), Broadband, Infrastructure, Energy and other.  Governance: Regulatory environment, Infrastructure strategies (enabling vs barriers)

23 GENERAL REPORT BACK Prioritise further considerations

24 LUNCH

25 SMALL GROUP SESSION 2 IMPLEMENTATION who champions, who delivers, organisations involved and who funds

26 IMPLEMENTATION of your sector actions:  ACTIONS  who champions  who funds  Organisational structure required to deliver  Which other organisations need to be involved

27 SOME CONSIDERATIONS:  Access: to markets and Investment  Possible roles: of Iwi, Local Authorities and other organizations  People: Skills Education, Pathways, Talent, Labour, Entrepreneurs  Resource: (water, land & other fundamental resources), Broadband, Infrastructure, Energy and other.  Governance: Regulatory environment, Infrastructure strategies (enabling vs barriers)

28 GENERAL REPORT BACK Conclusions Close

29 END


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