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We recognised that we are a nation of well-connected individuals – a village in a world of global cities. We believed we all needed to better use our connections to open doors, to connect people to the right people, to grow stronger, more innovative businesses and to nurture talented people, in a way that is right for New Zealand.  We spoke of the need for a New Zealand playbook; one that is created by Kiwis, for Kiwis. One that truly reflects the uniqueness that is our 1.6 degrees of separation.
 
We recognised that we are a nation of well-connected individuals – a village in a world of global cities. We believed we all needed to better use our connections to open doors, to connect people to the right people, to grow stronger, more innovative businesses and to nurture talented people, in a way that is right for New Zealand.  We spoke of the need for a New Zealand playbook; one that is created by Kiwis, for Kiwis. One that truly reflects the uniqueness that is our 1.6 degrees of separation.
  
And so the idea for ar retreat was born. The 1st NZ Corporate Startup Partnership Retreat was held 9-11 Feb 2018, in [https://www.nelsontasman.nz/ Nelson], New ZealandAimed at bringing founders and corporate executives together for an offsite, honest discussion on the challenges and opportunities each faced it also provided us the opportunity for a co-created discussion document that could form the basis of a draft New Zealand playbook. This wiki captures the output of the weekend.
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And so the idea for a retreat was born. The 1st NZ Corporate Startup Partnership Retreat was held 9-11 Feb 2018, in [https://www.nelsontasman.nz/ Nelson], New ZealandAimed at bringing founders and corporate executives together for an offsite, honest discussion on the challenges and opportunities each faced it also provided us the opportunity for a co-created discussion document that could form the basis of a draft New Zealand playbook. This wiki captures the output of the weekend.
  
 
We welcome your comments, your ideas and your input.
 
We welcome your comments, your ideas and your input.
  
 
Dan, Jane, Kerry and Taryn
 
Dan, Jane, Kerry and Taryn

Revision as of 03:13, 15 April 2018

A Draft New Zealand Playbook for Corporate and Startup Partnering

In September 2017, Dan Khan and Jane Treadwell-Hoye from ZeroPoint Ventures and Kerry Topp and Taryn Ellis from Datacom began discussions around how to improve engagement between corporates and startups. We all wanted to help drive better outcomes for New Zealand — for startup founders and entrepreneurs, for corporate intrapreneurs, for organisations large and small, for cities, regions and local towns, for communities, and for a strong, growing New Zealand economy.

We recognised that we are a nation of well-connected individuals – a village in a world of global cities. We believed we all needed to better use our connections to open doors, to connect people to the right people, to grow stronger, more innovative businesses and to nurture talented people, in a way that is right for New Zealand. We spoke of the need for a New Zealand playbook; one that is created by Kiwis, for Kiwis. One that truly reflects the uniqueness that is our 1.6 degrees of separation.

And so the idea for a retreat was born. The 1st NZ Corporate Startup Partnership Retreat was held 9-11 Feb 2018, in Nelson, New ZealandAimed at bringing founders and corporate executives together for an offsite, honest discussion on the challenges and opportunities each faced it also provided us the opportunity for a co-created discussion document that could form the basis of a draft New Zealand playbook. This wiki captures the output of the weekend.

We welcome your comments, your ideas and your input.

Dan, Jane, Kerry and Taryn