Fireside chats - Lessons learned from NZ’s tech pioneers

Fireside chats - Lessons learned from NZ’s tech pioneers

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Kami, Level 3

125 Saint Georges Bay Road

Auckland, Auckland 1052

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Take your tech career to the next level! Learn from NZ’s next-gen tech leaders as they share exclusive insights into their career journey.

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Looking to build your career in technology, but not sure if you’re heading in the right direction?

Come and join us for an intimate fireside chat with a panel of special guests as they explore highs and lows of their careers so far, and reflect on what advice they would give to their younger self.

Moderated by leading former news presenter, Wendy Petrie, this panel discussion will be an opportunity to learn from Aotearoa’s best tech industry leaders. Gain valuable insights into what these exceptional people they wish they'd gotten in the earlier stages of their career, as well as the unique challenges and learnings that come with building a career in technology.

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We'll be chatting with them about:

  • Lessons they’ve learned as they’ve progressed through their tech careers
  • Advice they would give to their younger self
  • Thoughts on how to strengthen NZ’s tech ecosystem
  • Epic wins and grand failures and how that’s led their business to be what it is today

This TechWeek event is hosted by award-winning edtech platform Kami – a digital classroom platform enabling students and teachers to interact and collaborate on digital documents like never before. A home-grown success story, Kami is transforming the modern classroom with 32 million users in more than 180 countries.

* Due to Covid-19, Jordan is unfortunately unable to speak at the event.

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