Donald Trump and Brexit have given many people cause for concern about the future of the current world order. British economist Philippe Legrain spoke to Sam Sachdeva about tackling the public pessimism behind the rise of protectionism - and why there should be greater optimism about employing refugees. Sam Sachdeva reports for Newsroom.
A smart watch company co-founded by Sir Ray Avery has launched its wristwear-cum-personal alarm products - albeit without the functions envisioned when the business won a high tech award and $10 million total investments from Spark and Bupa reports Eloise Gibson for Newsroom.
A micro-credential system introduced by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority will help ensure that New Zealand businesses can access employees with the skills they need in a world that is rapidly changing, says BusinessNZ.
Intel recently studied over 150 workers from the factory floor to the C-suite, to better understand manufacturing workers’ pain points, their beliefs about the future of their operations, and their best guess for future technologies rwrites Irene J. Petrick for Industry Week.
LINX Cargo Care Group, and its subsidiary C3 Limited, announced today that it has been successful in its bid to acquire Pedersen Group, a market leading provider of wood chipping and woodyard management services to pulp and paper mills, and forest owners in Australia and New Zealand.