Speakers


Annie Gregg

Annie offers decades of experience in real estate, training and management practices working across Australia and overseas with an impressive list of clients in the corporate arena. She draws from a life peppered with rich experiences and her personal encounters in the property and business world. Her skills have been recognised with the prestigious REIACT continue reading →


Dr Libby Weaver

Dr Libby Weaver graduated from the University of Newcastle in Australia with a Bachelor of Health Science Nutrition and Dietetics with Honours, and a PhD in Biochemistry after nearly two decades of study and clinical research. She combines this knowledge with two decades of clinical practice working with patients from all walks of life. Her continue reading →


Matthew Mewse

No matter what part of the world you do business in, and no matter what the latest technological advances, the most commonly used sales tool is still the telephone. Its use is so pervasive that today almost everyone carries a phone wherever they go. Yet very few people know how to make the most of continue reading →


Willie Apiata VC

Corporal Bill (Willie) Henry Apiata VC NZSAS Willie Apiata was born on 28 June 1972 in Mangakino in the Waikato. Willie, then a lance corporal, was part of a New Zealand Special Air Service (NZSAS) Troop in Afghanistan in 2004 that was attacked by about 20 enemy fighters while holed-up for the night in a rocky rural area. continue reading →


John Key

John Key served as the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand and leader of the New Zealand National Party. He was elected leader of the party in November 2006 and appointed Prime Minister in November 2008, resigning from both posts in December 2016. Born in Auckland before moving to Christchurch when he was a child, Key continue reading →


Steve Hansen

The coach who took the All Blacks to back-to-back World Champions in 2015. In 2004, Steve was appointed to the All Blacks as an Assistant Coach under former mentor Graham Henry. Steve assisted Graham Henry in coaching the All Blacks to a 2011 Rugby World Cup final win against France, ending a 24-year Rugby World Cup winning drought for the All continue reading →


Carey Smith

Becoming involved in the real estate industry at the age of 17, Carey has spent his time predominantly with the Ray White Group as a salesperson, franchise owner, development manager and since 1997 as the Chief Executive of New Zealand operations.  In recent times he has also taken responsibility for the growth of the Ray continue reading →


Zac Snelling

Zac commenced his property management career with Ray White in 2007 and through various property management related roles received numerous industry accolades including Property Manager of the Year, number three Rookie of the Year, as well as also attaining ‘Premier’ status, twice. At the front line, Zac has worked in Business Development, portfolio management as continue reading →


Hayden Broadbelt

Born and bred in Christchurch, the lure of business opportunities and a warmer climate brought Hayden to the bright lights of Auckland over eight years ago. Hayden has enjoyed a background of senior management in both retail and real estate throughout his years. On the latter, Hayden trained to become an Auctioneer in Christchurch upon entering the real estate industry. He soon found his continue reading →