Proud Conference Sponsor

We are one of a number of sponsors at the 2019 NZ Project Management Conference in Wellington in September.

Come and see us at our exhibit and learn more about what we do. We hope to see you there.

Full House for Presentation

Youssef presented to a sell out crowd at the PMI Chapter Meeting in Wellington on Monday 19th August. Youssef took the group through the theme of ‘So You Think You’re Ready to be a Consultant?’. He shared with them some of the tips and traps involved in considering consulting as a career change or choice.

If you wish to get a copy of the slides and you’d like to know more about being a consultant, feel free to contact Youssef on [email protected] to receive them.

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2 days ago

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Thank you to our student sponsors Psoda Nonsuch Consulting & IMNZ - Where Leaders Learn - If you'd like to support a next generation PM, consider covering their opportunity to attend the PM Conference at a heavily discounted rate. Organisations and individuals encouraged to contact: [email protected] #bethechange #NZPMC2019 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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Nonsuch Consulting Eureka! Video AwardsNonsuch Consulting has joined the Eureka! programme as the naming rights sponsor of its video awards which will now be known as the Nonsuch Consulting Eureka! Video Awards.

Eureka! Trust Chair Dr Russ Ballard welcomed the new sponsors “it’s great to have a firm like Nonsuch Consulting involved. They recognise the value of effective communications about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) and the importance of encouraging young New Zealanders to become engaged in talking knowledgeably about the importance for New Zealand and the world of STEM subjects and projects.”

This year there will be two entry categories - Years 5 to 8 and then Years 9 to 13.As in the past, schools will also receive a cash award if their videographers win the award. The expectation is the school will use the cash to further STEM education.

What is Eureka?

The Rotary Club of Wellington EUREKA! is a charitable organisation which runs competitions and events designed to identify and foster young leaders who, through their knowledge of science, engineering, technology, or mathematics, their entrepreneurial vision, and their persuasive communication skills, will bring about the New Zealand foreseen by the late and great Sir Paul Callaghan: "the most beautiful, stimulating and exciting place in the world in which we live"

To enter the video awards contestants will produce a video up to five minutes in length that tells a story about how a scientific or technological idea is being or could be applied in their community to increase its commercial, scientific or environmental wealth and well-being. The Nonsuch Consulting Eureka! Video Awards are open to all students through to year 13. Contestants can work in groups of up to three people to plan, shoot and edit their video. The video Awards are intended to engage students in how science and technology are relevant to their local community using digital technology.

Did we mention the Prizes!!

Year Group Prizes

For the best video produced by students from year 5 and up to Year 8 - $2000 (made up of $1,000 to the student's school plus $1000 for the participating students)

For the best video produced by Year 9-13 students - $2000 (made up of $1,000 to the student's school plus $1000 for the participating students)

So, come on kids! get your friends together to show your creative talent!

The final date for entries to be submitted

30 September 2019

For more information or to enter please visit www.eureka.org.nz
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2 months ago

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You may be seeing a new name & face around Nonsuch Consulting. It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you our newest Sales Coordinator, Amber McKinnon.
Amber is a mother of 2 currently living in New Plymouth, originally from Southland.
More fun facts about Amber are
Favourite Band: (this is too hard, I love music full stop) hmmm Led Zepplin or Pearl
Favourite pastime: Mountain biking or hanging with my kids outdoors
Favourite Superhero: Aqua man as long as Jason Mamoa is the role!
Amber handles our inbound and outbound sales activity. Amber is responsible for ensuring that Nonsuch Consulting Services directly provides sales collateral and any other resources required to assist new and existing customers.
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You may be seeing a new name & face around Nonsuch Consulting. It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you our newest Sales Coordinator, Amber McKinnon.
Amber is a mother of 2 currently living in New Plymouth, originally from Southland.
More fun facts about Amber are
Favourite Band: (this is too hard, I love music full stop) hmmm Led Zepplin or Pearl
Favourite pastime: Mountain biking or hanging with my kids outdoors
Favourite Superhero: Aqua man as long as Jason Mamoa is the role!
Amber handles our inbound and outbound sales activity. Amber is responsible for ensuring that Nonsuch Consulting Services directly provides sales collateral and any other resources required to assist new and existing customers.

2 months ago

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Supporting Aspiring Cricket Players in East TimorNonsuch consulting are proud to sponsor Organisation Development Mentor (VSA Volunteer) Mark Young and his partner Lara’s work with aspiring cricket players in Timor-Leste. Money raised will be used to freight and purchase additional equipment including a portable cricket pitch which after a recent update, we are thrilled to be informed of its arrival in Dili last week.

“……this is going to make a massive difference to developing the batting skills of the young Timorese players,” said Mark Young.

The vision to turn football-obsessed east Timor on to cricket originated with Mark Young, who played at league level in Lancashire and Gloucestershire before emigrating to New Zealand in 1997.

Through the Volunteer Service Abroad aid agency, management consultant Mark Young, with his partner Lara, were placed in East Timor as an adviser to the government organisation tasked with diversifying the economy.

Walking to work one morning in Dili, Mark noticed a group of youngsters playing cricket with homemade bats and stumps.

They had been taught the basics by Tayyeb, who lived in Dili with his Timorese wife Mariana Dias Ximenes, a marathon runner who represented the country at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Mark and Tayyeb are now working together to develop cricket in Timor with now 100 young Timorese playing the game, 40% female.

Mark said “Our inspiration is Afghanistan, another post-conflict society who only started playing seriously 20 years ago and are now highly ranked in world cricket, number eight in Twenty20.

Cricket is giving the young Timorese a sense of purpose in a society where there is much poverty and many people struggle with day-to-day living”

Nonsuch Consulting will continue to support the aspiring cricket players of East Timor and we are excited to be a part of such an amazing journey.
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