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Wide perspectives within Wintec’s scope

Wide perspectives within Wintec’s scope

Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology) has launched a new magazine, ‘scope’ , to provide regular updates on Wintec's progress, activities and news.

The first 32 page issue is packed with news, features, profiles, and insights into Wintec's strategic focus on learning and regional development. Up to six issues will be published each year.

"We have a wide range of people interested in what Wintec is doing, and we expect this magazine will be a useful addition to our existing conversations," says Wintec PR manager Anna Carter.

She said feedback to the new format publication had been extremely positive and that the next edition was underway.


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