Applications close Sunday, 13 August.
2022 Nuffield reports
We are in the information age where access to and control of information is a defining characteristic of the current era. New Zealand’s agriculture sector is increasingly being asked to provide data and information to governments and consumers. We need to find a better way of collecting, managing, and using this information on our farms as part of the decision-making process and for this we need data interoperability and data sharing of systems. #Letsdothistogether
As an agricultural export dependent country, the New Zealand economy relies on its trading markets to return valuable revenue from the food the fibre sector. It is an opportune time for New Zealand to explore a replicable trade model, to extend trade into geographic regions through applying a gateway city model.
Aotearoa, finds itself in a moment of profound transformation, where uncertainties and new prospects intertwine. This juncture offers a truly unique opportunity for vocational pathways within the primary industries to align themselves with the ever-evolving demands of the industry and deliver meaningful outcomes for all whānau (families) and hapori (communities).