Kea Inspire: The Future of Cities

Kea Inspire: The Future of Cities

How can New Zealand attract the world’s best talent while also offer world-leading opportunities for Kiwis? How do we find our own unique magnetism for our largest hubs to attract these forward thinkers to fuel New Zealand's prosperity? 

Our speakers will discuss why we need to encourage innovators, creators and investors to live and work here, and how we need to develop the right infrastructure and build our communities to foster innovation and creativity.

Melissa Clark-Reynolds
Melissa Clark-Reynolds is widely recognised as an inspirational role model, digital specialist & entrepreneur. She represented NZ at the APEC Forum on encouraging Women Entrepreneurs, featured in Her Business magazine's Hall of Fame and was named as one of the 150 most powerful women in NZ Business.

Peter Biggs
Peter is Chief Executive of Assignment Group, strategic advisers for some of NZ’s most successful companies. Peter is also the inaugural Chair of WREDA and Kea World Class New Zealander. Biggsy is an advocate for creativity, the arts & NZ on a global scale and a connector & mentor for NZ business.

Simon Hunter
Simon leads KPMG’s Performance Consulting practice in Auckland and is engaged in their focus on fuelling NZ’s shared prosperity and the need to regain our position as a competitive, high wealth country. He believes NZ is a fantastic place to build high performing private & public sector enterprises.

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Kea Presents: Inspire the Future
Kea is proud to host three events across the country throughout TechWeek as we ask members of Kea’s World Class New Zealand Network to discuss opportunities in future industries, and what Kiwi SMEs, large businesses and individuals should know about finding their place in the Aotearoa’s future. 

Attend Contact

Time & Date

Thursday, 11 May 2017, 07:30 AM - Thursday, 11 May 2017, 09:00 AM


KPMG: 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington

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