In the NZX50 there are more CEOs named John than CEOs who are women” is a catch cry that’s been thrown around lately with the aim of highlighting the dire statistics on women in leadership roles in New Zealand.
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After eight years of managing the London Underground’s retail properties for Transport for London, Mark Hitchcock wasn’t sure what he’d do job-wise upon returning to Auckland after his extended OE.
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Business leaders say a lot of work needs to be done to get more women into management roles in New Zealand.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins has announced the twelve young New Zealanders selected to take part in the 2018 Ministerial Youth Advisory Group.
Rylan Kindness, a 16-year-old entrepreneur from Brisbane, thinks he might have the answer to one of our biggest first world problems.
Joseph Mansell is young, but he has big dreams.
A Whangarei market which gave Maori businesses the chance to showcase their products was a "great success", organisers say.
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