NZARH has been working hard to get the right information from Government for our Industry.

It may interest our readers to know who, as an organisation we have been dealing with throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the various media and government departments and industry leaders. To keep you informed we have compiled a current list. Along with the various correspondences, we have also held several telephone and zoom meetings with relevant government officials and decision makers to gain insight and to put our industry on their radar and to bring information, instruction, guidance and support back to our members, industry and wider community.

So just who have we been in communication with?

  • Wella ANZ
  • L’Oreal
  • Goldwell/Kao
  • GHD
  • Comfortel
  • Australian Hair Council
  • Sustainable Salon NZ
  • Stuff new source
  • News Hub
  • Radio New Zealand
  • Media Works
  • The AM Show
  • 7 Sharp
  • Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern PM
  • Dr Duncan Webb Labour MP
  • Jo-Anne Luxton Labour MP
  • Hon Phil Twyford Ministry of Economic Development
  • Hon Stuart Nash MP Small Business
  • Ministry Business Innovation and Employment
  • WorkSafeNZ
  • BusinessNZ
  • Employers and Manufacturers Association
  • Canterbury Chamber of Commerce
  • Cosmetic and Fragrance Association
  • Ministry of Health
  • National Health Co-Ordination Centre
  • Ministry of Education
  • Tertiary Education Commission
  • Ministry for Social Development
  • Work and Income
  • Ministy for Pacific Peoples
  • Te Puna Kōriri

Thank you to everyone for you support during these unprecedented times – NZARH acts with integrity to maintain the Professionalism of the hair industry, for Hairdressing and Barbering.

We have experienced a huge increase in engagement through our website and social platforms and we will continue to deliver relevant information and solutions.

If you have any suggestions/comments/ideas on these communications, or if you have a media contact to help our cause – please contact us!

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