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HSBA AGM 2014 Welcome!. Visithanmersprings.co.nz website. Below are “click through” numbers to individual business from HSBA website for the year ended 31 March 2014: Category (no. Members)MedianAverageMinimumMaximum Accommodation (31)9421,1113972,619

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Hsba agm 2014 welcome

HSBA AGM 2014Welcome!


Visithanmersprings co nz website

Visithanmersprings.co.nz website

Below are “click through” numbers to individual business from HSBA website for the year ended 31 March 2014:

Category (no. Members)MedianAverageMinimumMaximum

Accommodation (31)9421,1113972,619

Activities (10)3044271071,104

Dining (6)1,0299394001,127

Retail (5)10411235222

These direct referrals are more than double or triple what you would receive from websites such as Tripadvisor, AATravel or newzealand.com


Are you using the full functionality of the hsba website

Are you using the full functionality of the HSBA website?

  • 1. direct link to your own business website (referral)

  • 2. direct email link to your business

  • 3. Social media links e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tripadvisor

  • 4. contact enquiry form - which is emailed to your business

  • 5. Book now / availability calendar via Bookit platform

  • 6. Images / photos - up to 5 for slideshow (minimum 570px by 435px)

  • 7. video platform – (youtube platform link)


Mid week toolkit

Mid-week Toolkit


Members toolkit for promoting mid week hanmer

Members Toolkit for promoting“Mid-week Hanmer”

Toolkit will include:

  • Core theme with associated graphics and key message

  • E-newsletter templateand instructions

  • Low cost support to run your e-newsletter campaign

  • Advertisement “doughnuts”

  • Text options for consistent delivery of mid-week message


August workshop

August Workshop

  • Beck and Caul will facilitate

  • Detailed “how to” explanation

  • Ongoing mentoring if required


Hub and spoke strategy longer stay market

Hub and Spoke Strategy (longer stay market)


The state of hs business

The State of HS Business

HS Business

  • Up and Down!

  • Peaks and troughs bigger?

  • Hurunui Guest nights to 31 March down 5.2 percent cf NZ up 4.2!

  • Marketing Strategy?


Hsba finances 2013 14 unaudited

HSBA Finances 2013/14 (unaudited)

  • Operating surplus $7,000

  • Bank balance $9,000

  • Website development $10,000 (capitalised)


This year we focussed on

This year we focussed on:

  • Retaining members and adding value to membership

  • Redesigning our website

  • Developing a mid-week growth strategy

  • Strengthening Advocacy

  • Reviewing membership structure and benefits


This year we focussed on1

This year we focussed on:

  • Retaining members and adding value to membership

  • Redesigning our website

  • Developing a mid-week growth strategy

  • Strengthening Advocacy

  • Reviewing membership structure and benefits

    So how have we done?


Membership

Membership

  • Full members 65cf63last year

  • Trade members 7cf12 last year

    • Reflects significant trade subscription increase?

    • Remit for lower “entry” level subscription tonight!

    • Review showed membership excellent value – especially OVG & Website

  • OVG production delayed – new processes this year


Website

Website

  • Redesign worth the wait!

  • Great value-add for members

  • Huge potential

    “It’s a no brainer”


Mid week business

Mid-week business

We will increase midweek bed nights in Hanmer Springs by 50,000 per year within 5 yearsby:

  • Promoting Hanmer Springs (HS) as a destination so that people stay and stay longer

  • Increasing our share of the International and wider FIT market

  • Promoting the benefits of “mid-weekends” in HS

  • Promoting HS as the place to come for meetings and small conferences

    Influence …..Shine a light on the Village……”feels good!”


Advocacy

Advocacy

  • Promotion of mid-week strategy to HTB and Community Board

  • Village Map submission to HTB

  • Promotion of better signage to CB

  • Influence through membership of HTB Board

    • Market share

    • Marketing strategy (review this year)


Governance

Governance

  • Membership structure – remit tonight

    • More affordable base membership

    • Disaggregate marketing benefits

  • Balance date – remit tonight


So how have we done

So how have we done?

  • Retaining members and adding value to membership

  • Redesigning our website

  • Developing a mid-week growth strategy

  • Strengthening Advocacy

  • Reviewing membership structure and benefits


So how have we done1

So how have we done?

  • Retaining members and adding value to membership

  • Redesigning our website

  • Developing a mid-week growth strategy

  • Strengthening Advocacy

  • Reviewing membership structure and benefits

    “It’s a no-brainer” – join the HSBA!


Thank you

Thank you!


Financial year ending 31 march 2013 audited

Financial Year ending 31 March 2013 (Audited)

  • Revenue: $52,109

  • Cost of Sales: $24,850 (Printing of OVG)

  • Gross Profit: $27,529

  • Expenses: $27,908 including Visitor Map $7K; Website $4.3K; Xmas Parade $1.8K and

  • $3.8K in depreciation (CCTV cameras, Xmas Lights, Display Stand and Street Banners). Previous year’s depreciation was $4.1K.

  • Result: Net Loss of $484 for the year. Compares well to budgeted loss of $1,091 ($607 or 55.6% ahead of budget).

  • Balance Sheet: Total Equity of $34K which was $607 (1.8%) ahead of budget.


Financial year ending 31 march 2014 not yet audited

Financial Year ending 31 March 2014 (Not yet Audited)

  • Revenue: $54,176 (1.9% behind budget)

  • Cost of Sales: $25,430 (Printing of OVG)

  • Gross Profit: $28,746

  • Expenses: 22,395 ($1.8K or 9% over budget). Including Visitor Map ($5.7K; Website $5K; Xmas Parade $1.1K; Bad Debts $1.7K (against a budget of $250 so overspent by $1.4K or 563%). Depreciation still be calculated (about $3.5K).

  • Result: Net profit of $6.5K. Budgeted profit was $8.8K so $2.3K (26%) behind budget.

  • Balance Sheet: Total Equity of $40.7K which was $1.5K (3.6%) behind budget.


Budget 2014 2015

Budget 2014-2015

  • Revenue: $54,717

  • Cost of Sales: $25,000 (Printing of OVG)

  • Gross Profit: $29,717

  • Expenses: $24,905 (Visitor Map $5.8K; Website $5K; Xmas Parade $1.2K; Bad Debts $1K (hopefully we won’t incur that much bad debt!); Professional Development (marketing packs for HSBA members) $3K.

  • Result: Net profit of $4.8K.


Hsba current cash position at 30 th june 2014

HSBA Current Cash Position (at 30th June 2014).

  • Cheque Account: $10.2K.

  • Savings Account: $25.27

  • Investment Account: $2.4K

  • Total Cash Position: $15.5K.

  • Income: most recent Accounts Receivable balance is $2.4K (at 4th July). $1.4K should be paid this week (3 debtors) and chasing the other debt of about $1K (2 debtors). Also GST refund of about $5K due in first week of August 2014.

  • Liabilities: $5.7K to be paid to HSTPS on 20th July as final installment for website development invoice.


Remit 1 change of financial y ear

Remit 1: Change of financial year

That the HSBA financial year (rule 19.1) be changed from “begins 1st July of every year and ends on 30th June of the next year” to “begins on 1st April of every year and ends on 31st March of the next year.


Remit 2 membership subscriptions

Remit 2: Membership subscriptions

That the HSBA adopt a new multi level membership subscriptions structure as follows:

LevelProposed subs structure for 2014/15excGST

1Base membership (includes 1 line contact details on website – no outward link)$200

2Level 1 above plus map$300

3Level 2 above plus OVG (1/4page only) & smartphone app$540

4Level 3 above plus website listing (full functionality)$730

5Level 4 above but upgrade OVG to 1/2page $1075

6Level 5 above but upgrade OVG to full page $1540

Note: All membership levels include support, advice, advocacy, governance and special projects. There

would no longer be a trade membership, this is replaced by Level 1.


Alternative subscription structure

Alternative subscription structure

LevelCurrent structureexcGST

1. Trade membership (includes 1 line contact details on website – no outward link)$200

4. Base membership, map, website listing (full functionality), OVG 1/4page$730

5. Level 4 above but upgrade OVG to 1/2page$1,075

6.Level 5 above but upgrade OVG to full page$1,540


Election of committee

Election of Committee

NominatedNominatorSeconder

  • Graeme AbbotMichael MalthusPaul Baigent

  • Shane CundyChris PrestonMichael Malthus

  • Christian ChesterPaul BaigentShane Cundy

  • Michael MalthusGraeme AbbotChris Preston

  • Duncan Mackenzie Shane CundyGraeme Abbot

  • Chris PrestonPaul BaigentDuncan Mackenzie

  • Glen SteeleDuncan MackenziePaul Baigent

  • Paul BaigentDuncan MackenzieAlan Butts

  • Tony BalchPaul BaigentChristian Chester


It s a no brainer join the hsba thank you

“It’s a no brainer”………….join the HSBA!Thank you


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