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Russell McVeagh alumnus: Supreme World Class New Zealander

Russell McVeagh alumnus recognised as Supreme World Class New Zealander

The 2014 World Class New Zealand Awards were held last night, and Russell McVeagh alumnus Claudia Batten was named as the youngest ever Supreme Award winner.

The awards recognise New Zealanders who have advanced the country's reputation on the world stage. Claudia is a digital entrepreneur who supports start-up ventures and has been involved in several highly successful entrepreneurial ventures.

Claudia began her career as a solicitor in Russell McVeagh's Wellington office in 1999; she is currently focussing on her new business venture, app Broadli.

The firm would like to congratulate Claudia on this outstanding achievement.

Further reading:
http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/women-of-influence-2014/10101375/Entrepreneurs-bring-diversity-of-thought
http://broadli.com/

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