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Big is good at business networking event
June 1

A big turnout of over 100 people for the Kapiti Chamber of Commerce May BA5 function, held at Mitre 10 Mega Kapiti, were treated to an entertaining evening including brain teasers and enthusiastic hosts in Tricia and Vince Indo.
In fact, Chamber members and guests came away with the knowledge that, for Mitre 10 MEGA Kapiti, BIG IS GOOD. GOOD for customers, employees and businesses.
Mitre 10 MEGA Kapiti not only looks GOOD, it is GOOD. The design of the new store focussed a major effort on long term sustainability. Features include a fully automated building management system that monitors energy consumption by regulating temperature and lighting levels. There is a 25,000 litres rain harvesting tank used to irrigate the garden centre and feed the ablutions as well as solar panels to heat the water for amenities and the cafe.
When they say they are 100% local, Vince and Tricia Indo mean local. They, along with all Team Members (over 70), are local residents. The store also contains an increased range for customers – Mitre MEGA 10 Kapiti is committed to providing the best range and lowest price of home improvements within Kapiti….End of Story! The garden shop also contains the largest range of timber, garden supplies and plants in Kapiti.
Mitre 10 MEGA Kapiti does not cater solely to home improvement customers – they also cater to the commercial and trade businesses and aim to be the best at providing products, knowledge and inspiration that improve homes and environments. And all Kapiti businesses are well catered for their needs, with a wide range of cleaning and other maintenance and consumable products available for business customers. Vince Indo is emphatic that "businesses need products we sell."
The Kapiti Chamber of Commerce holds Business After 5 functions every second month, with no entry charge for members. If you would like more information about the benefits of being a Chamber member, please visit

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