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2405, 2019

Stuff: English, Farmers need to embrace technology

May 24th, 2019|

Silvereye Director and Chairman of Agribusiness New Zealand was featured in this Stuff article following his keynote speech at the Southern Primary Sector Update conference in May.  The day before his 50th birthday Conor English left a secure high-profile job to start his own company, Agribusiness New Zealand. It was [...]

1905, 2019

Radio NZ: Personality politics wins again in Australian election

May 19th, 2019|

Silvereye Senior Consultant and former advisor and campaign director for Australia's Liberal Party, Brigitte Morten reviews the surprising outcome of Australia's 'unlosable' election for Radio New Zealand.  Opinion - The Australian Labor Party hadn't lost a single two-party preferred poll for the last two years. But when it came to the [...]

305, 2019

Silvereye Nominated As Finalist in HSBC NZCTA China Business Awards

May 3rd, 2019|

Silvereye is delighted to announce that we have been nominated as a 2019 HSBC NZCTA China Business Awards finalist for the New Zealand China Council Award for Outstanding Contribution to the New Zealand - China Business Relationship. This is the culmination of many years working with fantastic Chinese clients and initiatives [...]

305, 2019

Libby’s ‘Mini-Guide’ to Beijing

May 3rd, 2019|

Silvereye Communications Executive Libby English shares her recommended weekend guide to Beijing in her third piece for the China New Zealand Year of Tourism.  In this month’s blog I thought I would talk a bit more about life in Beijing itself! I recently had my first visitor and realised after [...]

1204, 2019

Radio NZ: Australian election – Game changer needed to sway disaffected voters

April 12th, 2019|

Silvereye Senior Consultant, and former advisor and campaign director of Australia's Liberal Party, Brigitte Morten, breaks down the Australian federal electoral race in her recent opinion piece for Radio New Zealand. Opinion - The Australian federal election has been called. It will put to the test the newly minted Scott Morrison [...]

1004, 2019

Otago Daily Times: Vocational changes risk disruption

April 10th, 2019|

ITOs are delivering what employers need in the workplace, so why change? asks Careerforce chief executive Jane Wenman. Every day, hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders are being looked after by a dedicated workforce committed to giving them the quality of care they deserve. From rest-homes to community homes, [...]