“To lift the performance of TAPS members through reducing costs, increasing productivity, and working collaboratively”
Te Arawa Arataua (TAPS) is a group of Te Arawa organisations or individuals that own, control or administer over 30,000 hectares of land utilised within the primary sector (agriculture, horticulture, forestry, geothermal) in the Bay of Plenty.
TAPS provides a forum for its members to discuss common issues, explore new land-use and market opportunities and participate in regional and national projects in an effort to lift performance.
TAPS also provides opportunities for presentations to members from industry representatives, marketing organisations, funders, research bodies and government agencies to help build relationships and keep members abreast of current industry initiatives and activities.
The TAPS website provides an insight into some of the activities of TAPS as well as a clearinghouse for relevant industry information.
If you would like to know more about TAPS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.