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AFQY Vision Week NZ Part 3: Building & Funding a Tech Idea, Growing More Interest in Tech for Pacific and Maori, Data & Digital Twins
Part 3 of the key outtakes from our AFQY Special Edition Vision Week event includes insights from Aidan Kenealy, Hylton Stunnenberg-Southon & Stephen Clarke.
AFQY Vision Week NZ Part 2: Diversity in Tech, Digital Culture, Operationalising Ideas & Tech Enablement
Part 2 of the key outtakes from our AFQY Special Edition Vision Week event includes insights from Kaye Maree Dunn, Hilary Walton, Chandan Ohri & Anthony McMahon.
AFQY Vision Week NZ Part 1: Digital Twins, Growing Tech Exports, Creating Trust in Tech, Finding the Right Tech Solution
Part 1 of the key outtakes from our AFQY Special Edition Vision Week event includes insights from Sean Audain, Paul Blair, Hiria Te Rangi & John Eccles.
While everyone is adjusting to this new kind of normal: the social distancing, the restrictions on travel, trade, and recreation... we've also started looking to the future: how can we kick start the NZ Economy? How can we reset, reimagine, and reboot our country for a better future, a new New Zealand, rather than going back to the way it...
Covid-19 put a brief halt to the AFQY events that have been running for over 12 years as an in-person event for people to come along and 'meet the person, not the suit.'
I just realised, we've been forced to share way more of ourselves than ever before. COVID19 is a societal culture changer.
Jenene Crossan, Entrepreneur, and Shayne Hunter, Deputy-Director General, Data & Digital at Ministry of Health spoke at the AFQY Online Event 26 March and shared their perspectives and insights of what it's like behind the scenes of the ongoing crisis.
Dave Letele spoke to the AFQY online attendees at the AFQY Online Event 26 March about being grateful, and about the work his organisation is doing in terms of their virtual boot camp. Watch the full video here!
Sitting on my deck working, while throwing our dog a ball, listening to Tui's in the Totara tree, I realised how relaxing it was, then I looked up to our three palm trees and felt like I was in Fiji again...