Ahuriri Business Association
Since its official launch in 2008, the Ahuriri Business Association (ABA) has been responsible for a wide range of local initiatives, from the re-development of a promotional website and new directional road signage, to the annual publication of a visitor guide and proactive lobbying for safe road crossings.
Run by a voluntary committee of local business people, the ABA’s mission is to proactively promote Ahuriri for the benefit of local businesses. With a focus squarely on Ahuriri, strong alignments with other local organisations and a dedicated membership base, significant changes have been achieved in the past eight years.
By joining the ABA you will show your commitment to Ahuriri and benefit your business through member-focused marketing, networking, lobbying and much more. Together we will ensure Ahuriri prospers!
Website listing & advertising opportunities
For an outline on the listing and advertising opportunities available here at ahuriri.co.nz, view our sales brochure.
ABA Full Membership
Voluntary fee of $295 (small businesses), $595 (medium/large businesses) or $795 (national/corporate businesses)
For a complete list of member benefits, please view or download our membership form.
Friends of the ABA
Voluntary fee of $145 (for businesses in their first year of operation or micro businesses that would struggle to make the financial requirements; applications must be approved by the committee)
Associates of the ABA
Voluntary fee of $295 (for businesses outside the Ahuriri area who would like to be associated with the ABA)
For businesses located in the Ahuriri area but are not yet members of the association
Non-members may have a free basic listing on the Ahuriri website (name of company and phone number) and the ability to opt in to other promotional initiatives for a non-member fee.
Any paid for work required by the ABA will be sourced from the membership base
The ABA will support non-member initiatives if it is of benefit to the community for no charge; for all other non-member initiatives there will be a cost for promotion
The ABA will not provide database information to any third party however we will pass on relevant information to members, as appropriate