Nearly 300 Auckland employers, industry members, education providers and youth attended the ATEED-delivered Future Ready Summit on 26 June.
Held every two years, the summit examines current and future workforce trends so Auckland businesses and people can become future ready in the face of technological disruption, changing skills needs and new ways of working.
The programme included Dave Wild (GridAKL futurist in residence), Sir Stephen Tindall, Datacom, Spark, Foodstuffs North Island, Auckland Council, TSI (Berl research and UpTempo project), MIT (Gus Gilmore), Tech Futures Lab and Ormiston Junior College representatives.
The Future Ready Auckland: Driving economic development through technology and transformation insights paper was also released: https://idealog.co.nz/tech/2019/06/preparing-future-ready-auckland-unpacking-future-ready-summit-2019
Source: Insights Report on Auckland Council.