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TWTV: Helping Māori tech champions drive Māori tech participation

How helping Māori tech champions execute more effectively will create better outcomes for Māori tech participation

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TWTV: Helping Māori tech champions drive Māori tech participation

Date and time:

Tue 17 May 1:10 PM - 1:40 PM

Virtual

Nationwide (more than one region)

Free

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TWTV: Helping Māori tech champions drive Māori tech participation

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Whītiki aims to get one member of every whānau in Aotearoa into tech by 2030. It can only achieve this goal through connecting the initiatives driving participation across the Māori tech ecosystem and enabling them to drive 100% of their focus into getting Māori into tech. Simon will discuss how Whītiki plans to do this, and why initiatives don’t need to focus on the next wave of startups to have a huge impact on participation.

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Speakers

Simon Walker edited

Simon Walker

CEO, Proposition

Simon is the CEO of Proposition, the change agency for the technology industry. As part of this role, he’s been working with Te Tira Toi Whakangao (T3W) and the Whītiki initiative as a Strategic Advisor. The Whītiki initiative aims to get one member of every whānau in Aotearoa into tech by 2030 by connecting, advocating and driving execution across the entire Māori tech ecosystem.