Archive for April, 2010
The New-Zealand Institute has given us a wake-up call on the country’s performance. Our score is D for dismal. Innovation and business sophistication are the most important drivers of income and NZ is “below par”. The Herald picked up on this last month, reporting that “NZ languishes near the relegation end of the OECD league table for Innovation”. So let’s turn the tide. Come and listen to the Keynote speakers at the 50th Anniversary Conference – they have solid experience in converting inventions from ideas to international business success – Sam Morgan, Craig Nevill-Manning, Ian Taylor, Rod Drury, Ian McCrae, Sam Knowles, Nat Torkington. Ask yourself “What can I do to help turn the tide?”Posted on 14th April 2010
EarlyBird Registrations to the 2010 50th Anniversary Conference are now open!
A strictly limited number of EarlyBird Registrations for the NZCS 50th Anniversary Conference are now available. These will sell out fast, so register now to secure yours.
This is a conference for innovators, entrepreneurs, educators and practitioners offering 8 major Keynotes, 37 presentations, 5 panels/debates, an [...]