100 single Māori māmā
A contact centre startup is on a mission to help 100 single Māori māmā by offering flexible, home-based work.
Rohario Rangihaeata, owner of majority Māori-owned contact centre business Wairua Pai, said her aim was to lift mothers, their households and whānau.
“It’s about giving back to our community, being of service, and inspiring leadership within whānau through employment,” she said.
Wairua Pai is a joint venture between Waha – the Māori Creative Agency and contact centre technology provider Unity4. Its virtual call centre will operate from homes around the country.
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