It is Time to Embrace your Inner Entrepreneur!
As part of their Words in November series of events, Featherston Booktown is having a book signing with local resident, Paul Kewene-Hite, who will be introducing his new book, ‘Survive & Thrive: Entrepreneurship Frameworks That Work’.
Paul is an award-winning entrepreneurship expert whose book contains 12 proven frameworks with 16 applications which have been successfully taught in 32 countries to over 14,000 individuals and groups across industry, government, corporate and education sectors.
In his book, Paul shares his compelling step-by-step guide, thoughtfully curated to give people the tools to take them from first concept, to venture reality, and ultimately, to realizing their entrepreneurial dream.
Paul says whether you are a first-time entrepreneur or an experienced business owner looking for help to further develop your current path, this book could help you.
“If you have always wanted to be an entrepreneur but weren’t sure how to start; or perhaps you work in an existing organisation and need a step by step guide on how to create a new initiative inside – this event and book can help you get started.”
Paul is a career professional entrepreneur, a five-time winner of the Deans’ Commendation for Excellence in Teaching at INSEAD. He has successfully used these frameworks in his coaching and training with individuals and groups in high schools, business schools, governments, and companies of all sizes and industries around the world. Published in August 2020 by Mātanga Hāpai Limited, a consulting practice based in Wellington, New Zealand which Paul co-founded with his wife, Natasha.
Paul’s book will be available for sale and signing at the end of the event, and afterwards will also be for sale from The Love of Books bookshop in Featherston.
Looking ahead, the Wairarapa Gateway Business Group is working with Paul to provide a monthly workshop series based on the steps outlined in the book that will be held in Featherston starting in January 2021. Information about the workshops will be available on www.featherston.info