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North Shore's future discussed at GROW NORTH

The future of the Shore was up for discussion amongst some of the area's brightest minds at a Massey University forum on February 18th.

Along with event partners Colliers and BNZ, the event at Massey University's Albany campus explored the importance of the area, and addressed economic, community, cultural and population issues. Movers and shakers mingled before the main auditorium event featuring panelists including Penny Hulse of Auckland Council, Alan McMahon from Colliers International, Kate Healy of Ngati Whatua Orakei, Shamubeel Eaqub  from NZIER and KPMG's Ross Buckley.  

Breakout sessions focused on Future Workforce/Skills and Education, Transport and Infrastructure, Health and Well-being, and Innovation/Technology. 

By Channel Editorial

Channel Magazine: Issuu 52 March 2015

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