ME URU KAHIKATEA
Māori Economic Transformational Agenda
META 1
META 2
META 3
META 4
Unity &
Collaboration
Knowledge
Leadership
Innovation
• Proud history and economic focus
• The Federation represents member organisations with
an estimated asset base of over $8 billion. Members
have enterprises in seafood, forestry, dairy, horticulture,
property, agriculture and energy.
• Only annually mandated Māori organisation
Our Mission:
Sustainable economic prosperity for our members, for our
communities and for Aotearoa New Zealand
Our Business:
Advocacy and Influence, for our members and their
enterprises
Strategic Policy Principles
a) The Federation is a non-hierarchical cluster of entities
seeking to collaborate to achieve a common vision of
economic sovereignty.
b) Federation members have Treaty of Waitangi rights in
relation to the assets they hold.
c) We have a long term focus is sustainable economic
prosperity regarding the best use of resources and assets to
create wealth and well-being for our people, and for our
country.
Māori Economic Transformation Agenda
Our roadmap is constructed on a Māori Economic Transformational
Agenda (META), consisting of four pou:
META 1: Kotahitanga
- Unity & Collaboration
META 2: Matauranga
- Knowledge
META 3: Tino Rangatiratanga
- Leadership
META 4: Whaihua
- Innovation
META 4: Whaihua Innovation
Tūhono Whenua is about the combination of all of our
META but with a focus on innovation.
Tūhono Whenua is an integrated approach to increasing
economic performance in Māori Agri-business.
Our approach is two pronged:
• Deploy projects that make a difference in
productivity/performance; and
• Align value chain strategic imperatives to those
productivity initiatives.
Tūhono Whenua Progress
SECTOR
Horticulture
Tūhono
Whenua
Horticulture
Strategy
Sheep & Beef
Tūhono
Whenua
Horticulture
Productivity
Project
Tūhono
Whenua Sheep
& Beef
Productivity
Project
Tūhono
Whenua
Red Meat
Coalition
Tūhono
Whenua:
Climate
Seminars
Forestry
Dairy
Honey
Tūhono
Whenua:
Maori
Forestry
Forum
Tūhono
Whenua Dairy
Productivity
Project
Tūhono
Whenua Miere
Project
Governance & Leadership
Pae Aratini: Developing exemplary governance and leadership of Māori entities responsible for collectively owned assets.
People Capacity and Capability in Agribusiness
Te Kauta: Developing Capacity and Capability in Agribusiness
Benchmarking
Tūhono Whenua Benchmarking Project
Tūhono Whenua
Red Meat Coalition
Introduction
Co-led by the Federation, Poutama Trust, Te Tumu Paeora, and
following on from the inaugural Māori Global Agribusiness
Forum held in 2012, one of the work-streams was a Red Meat
Action Group.
The Red Meat Action group was set up to moving Māori
entities forward in their respective industries, through
partnership and collaboration.
Through a collaborative business planning session a
commercial collaboration was formed between Te Tumu
Paeroa, the Federation, Taumata Group, TAPS, Atihau
Whanganui Inc, Poutama Trust and Aohanga Inc (the Māori
Red Meat Coalition).
Purpose
Purpose of the Coalition is to advance the concept of
Māori collaboration in the red meat sector.
The focus is for better sustainable returns for owners.
Those returns are ideally attributed back to the land
Red Meat Coalition
Steering Group
A Steering Group has been agreed and the membership is as
follows;
1. Jamie Tuuta
2. Te Horipo Karaitiana
3. Victor Goldsmith
4. Tanira Kingi
5. Richard Jones
6. Chris Scanlon
7. Hilton Collier
8. Dana Blackburn
With Daniel Shenton (MPI) providing support
Values
• Acting as “one farm” and “one family business”
• Taking pride in everything we do
• Making technology our friend
• Developing the capability and capacity of our people will create
prosperity
• “Toitu te whenua” – using our land productively to sustain our
people
• Kaitiakitanga – nurturing our place, our people and our future
• Creating safe, healthy food
• Animal welfare and a sustainable environment are paramount
• Building enduring relationships with our customers and consumers.
Scope
Consider how best to consider a “One Farm” approach;
• a stock- take of what exists, what can be included in the “One Farm”
and how it might more efficiently operate for the betterment of all.
• Assess what is done really well by parties and share that excellence
amongst the participants.
Consider the best way to progress Value Chain engagement.
• Investigate and recommend to shareholders how Māori may take
better advantage of (participate further down) the value chain.
• The two core issues here are participation and control.
Workstream
The overview of the work stream for the project was agreed to be;
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2.
3.
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5.
Build a billion dollar revenue international business
Māori leading the business
Develop marketing strategy
Build an integrated value chain
Develop a communication plan that shares information openly
and transparently
The Value Proposition
FROM THE ONE FARM WORK STREAM;
3 PROJECTS PROGRESSING
DASHBOARD – TO ASSESS PERFORMANCE PER HECTARE
60
Proof is the growth of the wedge
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40
Series1
30
Series2
20
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Blue line – profit per hectare
Pink line – Benchmark performance
The Value Proposition
FROM THE ONE FARM WORK STREAM;
3 PROJECTS PROGRESSING
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SCALE MAKES A DIFFERENCE
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2
3
4
5
1 – Separate Farm net profit
2 – Savings – Procurement
3 – Savings – Stock handling
4 – Savings – Admin
5 – Sales Premium
The Value Proposition
FROM THE ONE FARM WORK STREAM;
3 PROJECTS PROGRESSING
 CONSIDER THE MARKET
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WHERE ARE MAORI POSITIONED
WHAT IS THE RISK
WHAT IS THE REWARD
STRATEGIES FOR RISK MITIGATION, MANAGEMENT AND
AVOIDANCE
SHOULD WE MOVE BEYOND THE GATE??
IF SO – WHERE SHOULD WE SIT ON THE RANGE??
Key Message to Our Continuants
The size of the prize is largely
dictated by the scale of the
collaboration
The more willing participants we can
get into this coalition – the better
These proposals do not trample on
our mana as owners – they look to
reinforce increased sustainable
earnings
Sign Up Here!
Key Message to Our Continuants
A unified Māori approach
can on benefit all
landowners
KIA ORA KOUTOU KATOA
ME URU KAHIKATEA
Māori Economic Transformational Agenda
META 1
META 2
META 3
META 4
Unity &
Collaboration
Knowledge
Leadership
Innovation
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