Aotearoa New Zealand Women's Empowerment Principles

New Zealand Women’s Empowerment Principles Signatories

Congratulations to the following forward-thinking companies, who have signed on to empower women and promote gender equality in the workplace:

  1. ASB
  2. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd
  3. Auckland Chamber of Commerce*
  4. Bank of New Zealand
  5. Bell Gully
  6. BP New Zealand
  7. Buddle Findlay
  8. Buildtech
  9. Business NZ*
  10. Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce*
  11. Chambers Strategy and Communication
  12. Chapman Tripp
  13. Coca-Cola Amatil
  14. Deloitte NZ
  15. DLA Piper
  16. Downer
  17. Ebborn Law Limited
  18. Employers and Manufacturers Association (Northern)*
  19. Ernst Young (EY)
  20. Far North Safer Community Trust*
  21. Farmers Trading Company
  22. Firebrand
  23. Fujitsu NZ
  24. Hamilton City Council*
  25. Greater Wellington Regional Council*
  26. IBM
  27. Kiwibank
  28. KPMG
  29. Lane Neave
  30. Mercury
  31. Methanex NZ
  32. MoreMedia Enterprises Ltd
  33. NZ Post
  34. Nokia
  35. Opus International Consultants Ltd
  36. Polson Higgs
  37. Progressive Enterprises
  38. Rotorua Chamber of Commerce*
  39. Rotorua Lakes Council*
  40. Russell McVeagh
  41. Simpson Grierson
  42. Skope Industries
  43. SKYCITY Entertainment Group
  44. Sovereign Assurance
  45. Sustainable Business Council
  46. The Gisborne Herald
  47. The Otago Chamber of Commerce*
  48. The Warehouse
  49. Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
  50. Transpower
  51. Trilogy
  52. Vodafone NZ
  53. Waikato Chamber of Commerce*
  54. Waikato District Council*
  55. Waikato Regional Council*
  56. Westpac NZ
  57. Woodward Chrisp
  58. Z Energy

(*  denotes New Zealand only signatories.  Do not meet WEPs International criteria as a for profit organisation)