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The New Zealand business community in Singapore is full of thought leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, advisors, gurus and creatives. In this space we celebrate their work, opinion and insight. If you are a member and would like to share your content here and potentially be featured in our newsletter, please follow the Submissions Guideline and send us your content today. Please note this content is curated and may not always be able to be posted straight away. Individual members get 1 complimentary feature per year, Corporate members receive 2 complimentary features per year.
This month we caught up with new member, Oriana Brine, as she gets ready to depart NZ for Singapore
The 2018 graduating cohort at the Australian International School (AIS) has achieved outstanding results across the School’s 3 academic pathways - the New South Wales Higher School Certificate (HSC), International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) and Vocational Education and Training (VET). Highlights include a 100% pass rate on the IBDP for a third year running, and an average point score of...
Infant Care At The Australian International School Early Learning Village - Interview With Sinead Hodgson, Program Coordinator. Staffed by well qualified and experienced carers and educators, Infant Care at the Early Learning Village offers parents a unique program that cares for the needs of and supports the development of their baby. Our Infant Care Coordinator, Sinead Hodgson tells us what...
This month we chatted with Nick Morris, who is not currently living in Singapore but is a regular visitor and looking at doing more business here.
In September, Jenny Morel and Dr Vivienne Hunt, current President of the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce, led a delegation of women from NZ Global Women to Singapore and Malaysia.
This month we profile new member Paul Fitzgerald
Did you know that only 3% of 15 year old New Zealand girls consider a career in IT, yet the the tech sector has the highest paid and highest qualified employees. ShadowTech is setting out to change that with the help of Minister Curran who will be in Singapore next week.
Member of the Month - June
This May, CAANZ presented a panel session 'The Future of Talent'. As the world of work changes, skills we have conventionally valued are being replaced by technology, and employers are increasingly looking for enterprise skills. If you didn't catch the presentation, read the full article from their Future [inc] series here.
Wayne Mulligan, Chairman of NUKU ki te Puku™ and Corporate NZ Chamber Member through Fomana, gives us a debrief on the successes and opportunities from a recent trip to Singapore.