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Techweek TV 2018: Auckland Open Days

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2 July 2018

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For the first time in 2018, we worked with Facebook and the team from podcast Access Granted to bring you Techweek TV — a two-hour livestream of interviews and banter from Techweek's headline events. Day one saw us setting up at the ASB Waterfront Theatre, just after a hologram of PM Jacinda Ardern had taken the stage and Rocket Lab's Peter Beck graced us with his words of wisdom. Catch up on the day's Techweek TV interviews below:

Hear about Techschool at NZSE

Hear Martin Cocker of Netsafe talk about online safety for New Zealanders, with thanks to facebook

 Hear Shaun Edlin, COO of Dotterel talk about taking the drone out of drones

Hear Stephen Simpson of O'Halloran North Shore talk about why tech is important for small businesses

Hear David Downs of NZTE talk about what it means to be an UpStarter

Hear Issy Fernando of IBM NZ talk about how AI can be a force for good

Hear Mike Clarke of KPMG talk about helping businesses do better

Hear Rosalie Nelson of Callaghan Innovation talk about NZ tech strengths and opportunities

Hear Russell Lake of UBCO talk about electric utility bikes taking over the world

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