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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Business, economic and youth leaders are gathering in Auckland, for a korero on the city's future

    Business, economic and youth leaders are gathering in Auckland, for a korero on the city's future


    Nearly 40 speakers and panellists will discuss how the private and public sectors can collaborate, to support the region's recovery from Covid-19.

    It's the third time "Auckland's Future, Now" has been held - and this year's event is expected to host 140 in person attendees, and 15-hundred online.

    A report released by Auckland University's Centre for Informed Futures on desired outcomes for the next two generations will kick off the day.

    How to respond to climate change, stimulate the Maori economy and revitalise the city centre are also up for debate.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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