Category: Events

How many leaders seek to become dispensable?

Further reflections on Rugby World Cup 2011 As a rule dictators are not great advocates of succession planning and refuse to contemplate a world without them at the top.  This blindness to accept change can come at a huge cost, as Gaddafi learnt only too late. All Blacks coach Graham Henry stands out as wanting …

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The unity of the Ireland team ensures victory over Australia

Ireland vs Australia

 Reflections on Rugby World Cup 2011 RWC2011ended in a nail-biting final between the All Blacks and France on Sunday 23 October, which saw the All Blacks crowned champions 24 years after winning the first Rugby World Cup on the same ground and against the same opponent.  This time the match could not have been closer …

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South Pacific Entrepreneurs Networking Event

This month’s Auckland ICT networking event will be the biggest ever! The event will provide a networking opportunity that supports Social Networking and Commercial Connections (SNACC Event) between entrepreneurs and innovators with a focus on supporting Auckland’s role as a hub of Innovation for the South Pacific. The target audience is entrepreneurs from New Zealand, …

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How pricing strategy can increase company value

A sound pricing strategy will boost profits in the short-term and company value in the longer term. Lance Wiggs will share some of his experiences with a number of technology companies to show how to approach pricing to maximise the value of your company.  This will be an interactive session, so come prepared with questions …

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NZ2011 Business Club

NZ2011 Business- Club

Make great connections during RWC2011 The NZ 2011 Business Club is working with local and international business people to get them together during Rugby World Cup 2011. The first invitations have been sent out, but it is not too late to get involved. Join the NZ 2011 Business Club. There are separate categories for international …

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