CitizenTech

How can we enable innovation and collaboration in our biggest social systems?
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How can we enable innovation and collaboration in our biggest social systems? This event will focus in on the bright ideas underway in the CitizenTech space, and how New Zealand is leading global change. There will be examples from the innovators themselves and a chance to ask questions.

This session is ideal for Future City thinkers, active citizens, those working within the Public Sector, Government-funded bodies, and Education deliverers.

  • Data
  • Government
  • Health
  • Smart cities
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Speakers

Brett currently works with several NZ-based tech start-ups and is the Head of Acceleration for Creative HQ. Brett has overseen their work in the government innovation space - R9 Accelerator. In this role, he is also involved in the upcoming Lightning Lab programme.
A digital and information leader, Graeme is dedicated to understanding customer and community needs and translating those into effective business models enabled by digital solutions. He has a passion for digital solutions that are intuitive, cost effective and sustainable.
James is a senior leader in KPMG's national advisory practice with 20 years delivering technology-based change. His expertise lies in the design and mobilisation of business transformation programmes, creating success through a clarity of vision, strong communication and resolute pragmatism.
Linda has been leading the charge on the development of GovTech in New Zealand Government for nearly two years. She is also developing new and innovative ways of collaboration with the private sector to deliver better government products and services for New Zealanders.
Simon is a Performance Consulting specialist with a proven track record at Board, CEO and executive level and has been trusted as an advisor on complex challenges that constrain organisation performance. He is driven to support businesses looking to expand into new markets overseas.
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