Nine elected local business leaders currently make up Business North Harbour's executive committee. Their main responsibility is to drive BNH's strategic direction and govern the organisation effectively.

Peter Lamberton, Chair

Primacc Systems

Peter has wide-ranging experience in dealing with businesses and understanding the support they need from his 24 years as an effective commercial manager with a leading NZ bank. He continues to work with business at Primacc Systems, helping owners manage complexity within their business through ERP (enterprise resource planning). He is also experienced in successfully guiding strategic change as the former chairperson of several organisations, and finally has been involved with the Massey University incubator, the e-Centre, as a mentor.

Peter hopes his skills and knowledge can assist BNH continue to develop and grow.

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Terry Ottow, DEPUTY CHAIR

AMPM Marketing Ltd

AMPM Marketing started in 1987. As its co-director, Terry has seen and experienced many of the challenges faced by local business. With his background as a business mentor and hands-on knowledge of the digital marketing world, Terry is excited to continue putting these skills to good use supporting BNH and his fellow members.

Ketien Chuor

ASB Bank Ltd

Ketien has more than 10 years’ experience dealing with business customers in the finance industry, holding a number of roles within ASB Bank Ltd. She is currently a commercial insurance manager, having formerly been an effective business manager for three years, and is skilled in understanding what is important to business owners and the support they require to achieve their goals.

Ketien is also a strong advocate in promoting diversity and inclusion. She was on the board for Young Women in Finance (YWF) NZ, assisting young women gain valuable career insights from highly successful women leaders in the finance industry. Specifically, YWF strives to provide high quality professional development and networking opportunities.

Ketien is passionate about collaboration and implementing positive change; she believes it is the collective that makes a difference.

Greg cramond

Cramond Electrical Services Ltd

Greg has 25 years’ experience in the electrical industry, working his way up to the top level in most aspects of the trade. From recommending energy efficient light bulbs for an office to managing multi-million dollar residential apartment projects, Greg’s track record of quality workmanship and customer service excellence speak for themselves.

Greg’s lived on the North Shore for almost all of his life and brings some diversity to the board as a local trade business in the area. Transit, transport and efficiency in the BNH and greater areas are high on his list of items requiring attention.

Ryan de Zwart

Black Matrix Ltd

Ryan is a North Harbour commercial property owner and landlord, and also a commercial sales and leasing agent for Colliers International; having been involved in this role since 2004. With a strong local contact base, and a good understanding of the businesses in the North Harbour/Albany/Mairangi commercial region, Ryan offers a role to improve the quality of the working environment in this region.

Ryan hopes to help connect business needs/wants and facilitate the benefits, which the BNH BID offers.

samantha mills

Phone Plus

Samantha has more than 25 years’ experience leading contact centres and IT helpdesks. Her background also includes roles with large, multi-site outsourcing contact centres, in both the private and public sectors in New Zealand and overseas. With her business sector facing some new and exciting challenges over the next few years with the introduction of new contact centre technologies, Samantha is determined to help her colleagues and members navigate these uncharted waters to ensure their success.

Over the last five or so years, Samantha has really enjoyed collaborating with some amazing volunteers at CCiNZ (Contact Centre Institute of New Zealand), and most recently assisted CCiNZ as their treasurer and vice chair.

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Alisha Tomlinson

Trio Events Ltd

Alisha is Trio Events’ Managing Director, she has created a brand and identity she is proud of and proud to be a part of.

The team I have at Trio are second to none, they are the core of this business and hold the same values and passion that I do. We deliver high quality, fresh, local and healthy food coupled with great service and coffee. I look forward to continually expanding and growing Trio, whilst maintaining the elevated level of service, consistently of staff and innovative ways of providing tasty food and beverage.

Bronwen Newcombe

Davenports Law

Bronwen is a Director at Davenports Law and leads the firms Employment Law team. Bronwen is experienced in all areas of employment law.

She regularly advises on a wide range of issues including personal grievances, performance management, negotiated exits and settlements, organisational and strategic restructuring, harassment and bullying, health and safety, confidential information and restraint of trades. Bronwen also prepares and advises on employment agreements and contractor agreements.

TN CHAN

Compucon New Zealand

TN is a chartered engineer by training and profession.  He is the Founder and Director of Compucon New Zealand (which makes PC computers) since 1992 and is responsible for Quality Assurance and Technology Development of the company.  Experience of significance includes 6 years in Wellington as a SCADA engineering team leader in the electricity supply industry, 6 years as a principal engineering investigator in the New Zealand Alliance funded by MBIE for the international science project www.skatelescope.org, and 20 years as a University of Auckland student mentor including the appointment of Official PhD Adviser in the School of Computing Science.   Current interest is in the design of physical security systems based on open industry standards.  It is an extension of Compucon business from general purpose computing to specific purpose computing.