WYNners Group

WYNners is a group of like-minded business people on Auckland’s North Shore who meet weekly for lunch, knowledge sharing and networking.

From humble beginnings of a couple of mates meeting for lunch each Wednesday, WYNners has grown to now boast over 22 regularly attending members. At WYNners (Widen Your Network) members are encouraged to share ideas, business problems and we all happily refer the businesses of our members on to our own clients and friends.

joeOur current Chairperson is Joe Hoonhout;
Previous Chairpersons include;
Paul Connolly & Greg Frittelli;

Founding Members include;
Greg Frittelli, Dave Pretorius, Cedric Braby, Martin Abert & Colin Kennedy – thank you all!

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Our current Secretary is Martin Abert (feel free to email me if you wish to visit, or would like more information).
Our current Treasurer is Greg Frittelli.
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Recent News

Check out this WYNners FB page article on the recent successes of our member Rachael Pearce

July 10th, 2016|0 Comments

Thank you to the wonderful Wynners team for all of your support over the year. Since becoming a BDM for Harcourts Cooper and Co Property Management I have won many Harcourts awards and more recently

February 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

Our man Paul Connolly hit the perfect (fluke) shot last week Friday at the 10th hole Waitemata GC.· He used a pitching wedge and a Taylor made burner golf ball.· He is a very happy

Widening Your Network Gets a New Perspective at Christmas

December 12th, 2014|0 Comments

Widening Your Network Gets a New Perspective at Christmas Most weeks throughout the year, a group of like-minded business people meet on Auckland’s North Shore to share business knowledge and networks over a hosted lunch.

Five Minutes With… Greg Frittelli, director at Insurance & Lending Group

July 31st, 2014|0 Comments

Why insurance? Like most others, I somehow stumbled into the profession, following a short period as a chalkie. Really glad I found it – and so too is the education system. We are both better off!

It is uncomfortably easy for a single innocent act to bring your entire business to a complete halt.

July 22nd, 2014|0 Comments

The three most common ones are: 1. Opening an email attachment 2. Following a link to a website 3. Inserting a foreign USB drive into your computer We do some of these things every day,