In this episode Paul Spain is joined by three outstanding leaders – Sarah Webb: COO at LawVu, Amelia Gain: CEO & Co-Founder at Preno and Alliv Samson: Co-Founder at Kami. Each has a natural affiliation to tech and have garnered years of experience in tech and leadership. We discuss their challenges in leading and establishing a startup, hiring and diversity, business confidence and inspiring more representation for women to be encouraged to enter and to lead in business and tech.
From CEO to graduate level, IDG have launched new research set out to examine gender diversity and inclusion progress across the tech industry in New Zealand, Australia and Southeast Asia.
There is a compelling case for attention to diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the contemporary workplace - not only because it is the right thing to do, but because it is good for business. Technology is providing some useful tools to help.
Business leaders are being called upon to handle unforeseen crises linked to Covid 19. This can take as much a toll on workers, as expectations around productivity, team spirit and mental health in the workplace are changing fast.
The pandemic made us more reliant on technology to get by, so spare a thought for the tens of thousands of Kiwis with disabilities who have had to struggle with inaccessible tech.
A tech hub throws opens its doors in 2021, offering those local to Tairāwhiti – and out of region students too – the opportunity to learn and intern in the field of animation.
A trans-Tasman partnership is tackling low indigenous representation in the tech sector and corporate world in general through internship programmes aimed at giving Māori, Pasifika, Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders a pathway to professional employment.
A government charter covering the use of artificial intelligence by public departments may be a world first, but will it go far enough to protect citizens as AI is increasingly used in everything from policing to managing beneficiary applications?
Bringing more than 12 years of channel management and marketing expertise with multinational heavyweights including Saatchi & Saatchi and Vodafone as well as directorship of iconic New Zealand retail brand, Texas Radio & The Big Beat, Aldred is no stranger to disruption.