Panel discussion: Addressing the skill gap for high-growth companies

Sir Neil Waters Building, Gate 1, Massey University, Albany

The growth of high-tech companies is being stifled by the lack of appropriately qualified technical talent – and market forces and culture are not adjusting to resolve the problem fast enough. The panel will discuss some of the associated issues such as the lack of role models in the technology industry, the low number of youth choosing technology as a career path, the image of “geeks in front of computers in the basement” and the disconnect between skills learned at tertiary level and what is needed in the business world.
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