ANZICS 2018
 
WELCOME RECEPTION
Join us for some time out with the industry representatives. Enjoy drinks and nibbles and a chance to catch up with friends, network with sponsors and exhibitors and meet new colleagues.

 

Date:

Wednesday 4 April 2018

 

Time:

5.30 - 6.30pm

 

Venue:

The Hilton Hotel, Auckland

 

Dress Code:

Smart Casual

 

Cost:

Included in Full Delegate Registration fee. Additional Tickets can be purchased for $65.00 each inclusive of GST.



BOWLING & PIZZA
Following the Welcome Reception, stroll past the super yachts to Dr Rudi’s Rooftop Bar where teams can compete in a ten pin bowling challenge!
 

Date:

Wednesday 4 April 2018

 

Time:

from 7.00pm

 

Venue:

Dr Rudi's Rooftop Bar, Cnr Quay & Hobson St, Viaduct, Auckland

 

Dress Code:

Casual

 

Cost:

Pizza and bowling are complimentary. Drinks are at your own expense.



GALA DINNER

Join us for canapés at the Blue Water-Black Magic Gallery, a tribute to one of New Zealand’s sporting heroes, Sir Peter Blake where you can ask our special guests, Richie McCaw and Gemma McCaw questions at the Champagne Q&A.

Comedian Jesse Griffin AKA country singer Wilson Dixon from Cripple Creek, Colorado will make you roar with laughter throughout the three-course Gala Dinner. Dance the night away or watch the world sail past on the balcony with spectacular views of Waitemata Harbour. 

 

Date:

Thursday 5 April 2018

 

Time:

6.00pm - 11.00pm

 

Venue:

The Maritime Room, Viaduct, Auckland

 

Dress Code:

Cocktail

 

Cost:

Included in Full Delegate Registration fee. Additional Tickets can be purchased for $145.00 each inclusive of GST.



Your chance to meet Richie and Gemma in the flesh!

Gemma McCaw has been a member of the Women’s Black Sticks hockey team for the last 9 years, playing 241 test caps and has competed at three Olympic Games, (Beijing, London and Rio) and is also a dual Commonwealth Games medalist.

Richard McCaw (ONZ) is a New Zealand former rugby union player. He captained the NZ national team- the All Blacks - in 110 out of his 148 test matches, and won two Rugby World Cups. He is the most capped test rugby player of all time, and has won the World Rugby player of the year award a joint record three times.


Featuring our MC - Jesse Griffin!

Jesse Griffin is a comedian, actor, writer and director living in Auckland. After 15 years overseas in Melbourne and London, Jesse returned to NZ in 2010 and has has worked on 7 Days, 800 Words, Golden, Word Up, Jono and Ben and as the head writer and executive creative producer on Comedy For Cure Kids (TV3). Jesse is currently developing several film and TV projects and continues to perform comedy as his alter ego Wilson Dixon, as a stand up and as the drummer in the band Los Demos. He lives in Laingholm with his wife Jackie van Beek and their three children and one dog.