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Armstrong whanau win with Stay Native
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The Pick:2017 was launched in June by Northland Inc’s business and event hub, The Orchard, with a call for Northlanders with a business idea or startup that they wanted to get off the ground or make more viable.

All 22 finalists received four months’ of intensive business incubation and acceleration support with Northland Inc’s early stage advisor Derryn Mawson, and were nurtured through the early growth phase.

One of the five supreme winners are Stay Native

The Armstrong whanau - Pam, Chala, Huia, Chanelle and Eliza - Whangaruru

Stay Native is a platform that allows tourists to browse and book indigenous experiences and engage with indigenous people in Northland.

One of the founding principles of Stay Native is whanaungatanga, or connectivity.

Stay Native’s platform will facilitate the booking of experiences which are authentic and meaningful, to build connections and relationships, and to share with tourists the beauty and the magic of Te Tai Tokerau.

 

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