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Ethnic Market Sponsorship Opportunities

Through its co-operative members, Eminz is able to organise sponsorships opportunities into many of the ethnic communities.
Sponsorship opportunities based around community events are often an effective option for maximising the advertising dollar - as there is a high level of community support and participation in such events.
If you need to reach any particular community, please contact us to find out what is available into that community.
Below is a list of some of the current and past sponsorship opportunities. If any of these interest you for future campaigns, please contact us for more information on upcoming events. 

Current Opportunities  


Past Opportunities

Chinese Community
Spring Festival
The Spring Festival will be celrated on Saturday 6 November, 2010, at the Telstra Clear Pacific Events Centre, Manukau. Details here
NZ Chinese Herald Calendar
 The NZ Chinese herald is preparing to produce its annual calendar for the 2010 year. This has a run of 20,000 A4 copies with magnet to attach to a fridge, and a further 5,000  A4 size (with fold) as a desk calendar. 15,000 calendars are included with the paper two weeks before Christmas, 1,000 calendars are distributed to clients, and 3,000 will be distributed to visitors at the Chinese New Year Festival.
Miss Chinese New Zealand Pageant 2009
Promotion Starts 27 July
Semi-finals 20 June
Final 26 September - Telstra Clear Pacific Events Centre, Manukau City
Click for details
Mid-Autumn Festival (Moon / Lantern Festival) 2009
27 September, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Telstra Clear Pacific Events Centre, Manukau City
Click for details
Filipino Community
Piolo Pascual Concert July 17, 2010)
Piolo pascual is a famous Filipino TV and Music star, and is giving a concert at the Wiatakere Stadium Arena in Henderson on July 17, 2010.
8th Annual Migrant Expo - 26 June, 2010
Migrant Expo Ltd is again presenting the annual Migrant Expo. This is an established consumer show for new and settled migrants in New Zealand. The show is the only Expo of its kind aimed at the broader migrant market - Chinese, Indian, Filipino, European, Korean, South African, Middle Eastern, North & South American, Canadian, and other Asian migrants.
7th Auckland Migrant Expo - 13/14 June 2009
Come and join the biggest multicultural event of its kind ever organised in New Zealand.
Included are:
Migrant Health & Safety Expo
1st International Student's Fair
Look East - South East Asian Food, Cultural, Fashion, and Trade Expo
3rd Fiesta Pilipinas - Filipno Food, Cultural, and Trade Expo
Philippines Independence Day Celebration 2009
22 June - Contact us for details
Indian Community
Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (November 15, 2010)
Indian Newslink is again hosting the premier event on the business calendar for the Indian community.  This event has a very high profile within this community, and is very well patronised by the community leaders.
12th Annual Bollywood High School Dance competition (August 21)
This year sees the competition returning bigger and better. This is a very well patronised event, not only by the Indian community, but also with significant numbers of complementary participants from the Pacific Island communities. This competition involves upwards of 300 participants from over 30 high schools, and the audience is compased of their families and friends. Over 3000 turn up on the night, with updwards of 200,000 watching the live TV broadcast.
Apna 990 Mothers' Day garden Competition
Apna Networks Ltd, the broadcaster of Apna 990 AM, is holding a Mothers' Day "Best Flower Garden" competition. Radio Apna 990AM has a terrific reach into the Indian community, as evidenced by the terrific response to their recent radiothon for the Fijian Hurricane Disaster Relief (see latest news page). There is an opportunity to become a sponsor of this competition. Click here for details.
Indian Newslink "Fast-Find Indian Business Directory 2009"
Due out mid June 2009. Contact us for details for 2010 edition.
Indian Newslink Special Feature - 130 Years of Girmit
To hundreds of thousands of Indo-Fijians resident in Fiji, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world, the sufferings of their ancestors as indentured labourers in Fiji is a dark period in history. From that first ship carrying 522 men and women which landed in the South Pacific nation on May 14, 1879, it has been a tale of sacrifice, humiliation and torture, the scars of which are borne by the ensuing generations. Known as the ‘Girmit’ period, it carries with it an agonising tale that has moved millions of hearts.
Indian Newslink will publish a special report commemorating 130 years of Girmit with articles, features and photographs in its May 15, 2009 issue. Contact us for details.

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