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NZAGE Summit

NZAGE is delighted to announce that registrations for our 2013 Summit are now open!

The 2013 NZAGE Summit ‘Home Grown’ will bring together New Zealand graduate employers, suppliers and tertiary providers across all industries for an informative and interactive day of presentations, panel sessions and workshops. The aim of this event is to explore the key issues and challenges facing the graduate industry, while providing delegates with the opportunity to explore solutions, share ideas and hear about recent trends from industry experts.

This full day event is open to graduate employers, suppliers, those interested in establishing Graduate programmes in their organisation, tertiary providers or anyone involved in attraction, selection and development of graduates in their organisation.

While the full programme is currently being finalised, confirmed key note speakers and industry leaders include Tim Wise (Research Director, High Flyers Research UK), Anthony Ford (CEO First Foundation), Dr Jeff Simpson (Director of Ethos Consulting Group) and Vaughan Rowsell (Founder and CEO of Vend).

In addition to a full-day conference programme, the NZAGE are proud to present the Inaugural NZAGE industry Awards presentation as part of the Summit dinner.
For more information about the Summit and Awards please visit our website www.nzage.co.nz


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