How strong are New Zealand’s connections to the world? Are they sufficient for us to take advantage of the opportunities of the new economy, and what could be done if they are not.
By ‘connections’ we mean physical connections (like planes, boats and submarine cables) but also flows of goods, services, people and capital, and, in particular, business relationships.
This is the third Moxie Session, held Monday 11 March 2013 in Auckland.
Interview by Glenn Williams.
Pacific Fibre, the new trans-Tasman cable, and the importance of good internet connectivity to the world
The value of digital distribution and how New Zealand competes for global audiences for video games
Acquaintances, friends and lovers, or the importance of personal interaction in the digital economy
Listen to Moxie Session 3 — Connectivity on Mixcloud